An old portfolio of script patterns from the 1920s or 1930s, which appeared in the Georg D. W. Callwey Publishing House in Munich, includes among its pages one with a handwritten poster script, as was very typical for the 1920s.
To begin with, there is the emphasized decorative character, which stands out due to stressing the stems. Next, the attempt to portray the character forms with the help of a few but always recurring basic elements is driven to the limits. Theoretically speaking, that which should have led to a contrived, geometrically determined type, obtains a likeable and pleasant look through the ductus of the manually guided brush.
The classic version of Anatole France includes 5 fonts: Light, SemiLight, Normal, SemiBold, Bold.
The variable font allows seamless font weights from 300 (Light) to 700 (Bold).
Alternate letterforms are available through the appropriate OpenType features:
style set 1 (O Q V)
style set 2 (v w)
file formats: OTF, TTF, VF, web fonts
If you need more than one license, just ask — we offer quantity discounts.
character set: A—Z resp. a—z only
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