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The Bookman design has been around for more than 100 years. The ITC Bookman® typeface traces its heritage back to a font produced in about 1860 for the Scottish foundry of Miller & Richards.
Sporting a 1950s sci-fi look that is offbeat, energetic and quirky, Timothy Donaldsons ITC Airstream design is both distinctive and versatile.
The Friz Quadrata design was drawn in 1965 by Ernst Friz, a native of Switzerland. Victor Caruso added a bold weight to the family and Thierry Puyfoulhoux drew the italics.
Named after the Italian city where he lived and worked, Giambattista Bodonis Parma® typeface is a modern interpretation of his neo-classical type design.
ITC Officina Serif
The ITC Officina® Serif typeface was first released in 1990 as a paired family of serif and sans serif faces in two weights with italics. The family was intended for use in business correspondence.
Univers appeared in 1957 in both film and foundry metal for hand-setting. The extraordinary success of Univers is probably due to Adrian Frutiger’s skilful rendering of a sans serif, which carries no superfluous detail whatsoever. Univers is contemporary with Helvetica and together they transformed the perception of the sans serif style.
Andalé Mono is a highly legible monospaced font designed with the needs of terminal emulation and software development environments.
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