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MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Optima nova Condensed BoldHOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESTYPE GALLERYNEWSSUPPORTCOMPANYFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYFind further Font Features in our Font Feature Archive.German versionIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdJan Tschichold in different phases of lifeJan Tschichold is one of the most outstanding and influential typographers ofthe 20th century. He was a master in his field, worked as a teacher, wrote anumber of books, designed typefaces, and worked his entire life as designerand writer. The significance of his influence on the print industry and designersin Europe and the USA is uncontested and his famous typeface Sabon is still abestseller. In honor of his 100th birthday, Linotype Library is dedicating thisreview of his life and work.FONT OF THE WEEKFONT DESIGNERSFONT LOUNGEMY FAVORITESFONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSBOOKSHOPGo to Font FeaturesBack to Font Feature ArchiveChildhoodStar StudentInfluence of the BauhausExcerpts from Tschichold s ManMunichRefuge in SwitzerlandPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandMasterpiece SabonFONT LINKSSUBMIT FONTSChildhood: son of a script writerJan Tschichold was born in Leipzig on April 2, 1902, the first son of the scriptwriter Franz Tschichold and his wife Maria, neé Zapff. His father’s professiongave him an early introduction to the many forms of written scripts. He oftenhelped his father and learned script writing without ever thinking of this as hisfuture. He wanted to be a fine arts painter but his parents saw this professionas too unstable and did not believe he could earn a living at it. As acompromise he decided to become a drawing teacher. After finishing hisschooling the 14-year-old Tschichold started a teaching seminar in Grimma,near Leipzig.1920 at the Leipzig academyThe World’s Fair for Books and Graphics in 1914 was an important experiencefor the young man. In his free time he studied the books of Edward Johnston(Calligraphy, Ornamental Script and Applied Script) and Rudolf von Larisch(Study in Ornamental Writing) and created a number of calligraphic writings.He was already starting to form an interest in old typefaces and one of hismanuscripts from this time shows the capitals and lower case of an italictypeface, perhaps Granjon’s italic. He borrowed these only half -finished lettersfrom an old work, probably one from the 17th century. For a 16-year-oldbeginner, this is quite a remarkable feat.He broke off his teaching studies after three years when he realized that hewanted to be a typeface designer and attended the Academy for Graphic Artsin Leipzig.more.App. 1930(photo by E. Wasow)CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTSECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUM1948, in London1962(photo by Frank Bolliger)

Typeface study, 1918Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingView PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:eMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes. 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favorites

MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Linotype Isilda RomanHOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESFONT LOUNGENEWSSUPPORTMY FAVORITESCOMPANYFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdFONT OF THE WEEKStar studentFONT DESIGNERSTYPE GALLERYIn spite of his youth, Tschichold was accepted in the typography class ofProfessor Hermann Delitsch in Leipzig in the spring of 1919. He also learnedengraving, copperplate, woodcutting, wood engraving and book binding. He wasDelitsch’s favorite student right from the beginning. The professor often said thatthere was not anything he could teach that Tschichold did not already know andgave his student free rein. In 1921, when he was just 19, the academy directorvon Tiemann asked Tschichold to teach an evening class in script writing.Tschichold had become Tiemann’s star student and had a small studio at theacademy.FONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSBOOKSHOPFONT LINKSSUBMIT FONTSDuring this time, much was being made of the work of Rudolf Koch fromOffenbach. Jan Tschichold was impressed by Koch’s Maximilian Grotesk andvisited the artist a number of times. Tshichold adopted Koch’s handwriting as amodel for many of his designs of this time period. He spent endless hours in thelibrary and book trade center in Leipzig. There he came into contact with thescripts of Simon-Pierre Fournier and many old script master books. He began tocollect such materials. He regularly received design commissions foradvertisements for the Leipzig trade fairs and between 1921 and 1925 wrote anumber of such ads in calligraphic form.Business card, 1923At this time there were mostly robust or bold typefaces in use, regular weightswere hardly used. Typefaces were mixed without much thought and goodtypographic quality was rarely found. Book artists had little knowledge oftypography and applied even their own typefaces poorly. Even Emil Rudolf Weißstill corrected his sketches in millimeters and for more or less line spacing usedthe terms ’a little lower’ or ’a little higher’. Jan Tschichold examined thesedeficiencies and this was probably the beginning of his lifelong occupation withthemes like the arrangement of typefaces, questions of the construction of abook title, etc.Bodoni was just beginning to become popular and Tschichold’s interest for thesetting and form of the typefaces grew. In 1923 he began the once unknownprofession of a typographic designer and worked as such for Fischer & Wittig, amajor book printer in Leipzig. An advertisement from this time is a remarkabledocument because it reveals evidence of Tschichold’s study of the scripts ofLudovico Arrighi and Tagliente.more.CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTAdvertisement, 1922SECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUMAdvertisement, 1923Go to Font FeaturesBack to Font Feature ArchiveChildhoodStar StudentInfluence of the BauhausExcerpts from Tschichold s ManMunichRefuge in SwitzerlandPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandMasterpiece Sabon

Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingView PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:eMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes. 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favorites

MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Fairfield 75 BoldHOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESFONT LOUNGENEWSMY FAVORITESSUPPORTCOMPANYFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdFONT OF THE WEEKThe Influence of the BauhausFONT DESIGNERSTYPE GALLERYStarting in 1924, Tschichold was heavily influenced by the style of theBauhaus and the elementary and functional design. His visit to the firstBauhaus exhibition in Weimar both shocked and fascinated him; he wasintrigued by this new movement and its possible influence on typography.Tschichold was so impressed by the work of the Russian artists that he startedto call himself Iwan Tschichold. His poster for the Warsaw publisher Philobiblonshows a brand new Tschichold, one who placed more emphasis onarrangement than on artistry. The typefaces were sans serifs with no relationat all to handwriting.FONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSBOOKSHOPFONT LINKSSUBMIT FONTSTschichold became more and more irritated by the typography of the times.He was strongly influenced by modern painters like László Moholy-Nagy and ElLissitzky, whose works used contrasting forms to display balance and conflict.Tschichold believed that the cure for typography lay in abandoning rules,adopting symmetrical setting, and the exclusive use of sans serif typefaces.A first spectacular publication of these views, ’Elementary Typography’,appeared in a special October 1925 edition of the magazine ’TypographicNews’. This was a kind of typographic manifest and caused an uproar in theworld of design. It inspired heated discussions and every typesetter came toknow the name Tschichold. His theses were just as passionately adopted bysome as they were rejected by others. The fist positive effect came a fewyears later when the lavish ornaments and outdated typefaces disappeared andcentered typesetting began to be abandoned.Cover, 1925Poster, 1924CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTSECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUMPoster, 1928more.Go to Font FeaturesBack to Font Feature ArchiveChildhoodStar StudentInfluence of the BauhausExcerpts from Tschichold s ManMunichRefuge in SwitzerlandPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandMasterpiece Sabon

Magazine cover, 1928Poster, 1930Poster, 1930Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingView PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:eMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes. 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favorites

MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Linotype Ergo RegularHOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESFONT LOUNGENEWSMY FAVORITESSUPPORTCOMPANYGo to Font FeaturesFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYBack to Font Feature ArchiveIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdFONT OF THE WEEKFONT DESIGNERSTYPE GALLERYChildhoodExcerpts from Tschichold’s Manifest:Star StudentInfluence of the Bauhaus1. 1. The new typography emphasizes function.Excerpts from Tschichold s ManFONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSMunich2. The goal of every typography is communication (whose means it represents). Communication must appear in the shortest, simplest andmost forceful form.SUBMIT FONTS3. . in this optically oriented world, the elementary means of the new typography is the exact image: photography.The basic typeface form is the sans serif typeface in all variations: light, semibold, bold, condensed to extended.Typefaces that belong to particular styles or have limited national character (Gothic, black letter) are not elementally designed and limit thepossibility of international understanding.4. External organisation is the design of strong, simultaneous opposites through the use of contrasting forms, degrees and weights .more.Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingView PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTeMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes.SECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUMPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandBOOKSHOPFONT LINKSRefuge in Switzerland 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favoritesMasterpiece Sabon

MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Koch Antiqua HOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESFONT LOUNGENEWSMY FAVORITESSUPPORTCOMPANYFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdFONT OF THE WEEKMunichFONT DESIGNERSTYPE GALLERYTschichold strove for independence and settled in Berlin at the beginning of1926. In Leipzig he had designed a number of covers and title typefaces forthe Insel publishing house. While in Berlin he married Edith Kramer. Then oneday he received a letter from Paul Renner asking him if he would be willing totake over Renner’s position at the School of Applied Arts in Frankfurt. Thecorrespondence continued and eventually Tschichold ended up moving toMunich, where Renner was founding the new Munich master school. Tschicholdstarted his work for the city of Munich on June 1, 1926, and taughttypography and calligraphy at the master school as well as the vocationalschool.FONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSBOOKSHOPFONT LINKSSUBMIT FONTSIn 1927 and 1928 Tschichold created a large series of posters for the films ofthe Phoebus Palace, a cinema in Munich.Film poster, 1927His instructional book, "The New Typography", appeared in 1928. This bookbecame the bible of every young typesetter. But Tschichold’s film posters andthe typographic ideas were scorned in some circles and the growing Nazimovement soon endangered the further use of the new typography.more.Film poster, 1927CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTSECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUMInvitation, 1927Postcard, app. 1929Go to Font FeaturesBack to Font Feature ArchiveChildhoodStar StudentInfluence of the BauhausExcerpts from Tschichold s ManMunichRefuge in SwitzerlandPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandMasterpiece Sabon

Book advertisement, 1932Book binding, 1928Cover, 1931Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingView PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:eMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes. 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favorites

MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Lino Cut HOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESFONT LOUNGENEWSMY FAVORITESSUPPORTCOMPANYFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdFONT OF THE WEEKRefuge in SwitzerlandFONT DESIGNERSTYPE GALLERYIn the years up to 1933 Tschichold designed a number of works in the style of the Bauhausstyle and the new typography. In that year, however, he fled from the Nazi government after asearch of his house, temporary imprisonment, and the loss of his job. Tschichold sought refugein Switzerland. It had taken him just a few years to propagate the new typography but the Naziparty put a quick end to whatever he had achieved. The typography of the Nazi era was sterileand just as poor as that of the years before 1925.FONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSBOOKSHOPFONT LINKSTschichold started working at the Basel School of Applied Arts as well as part-time at the BennoSchwabe publishing house in Basel. His new beginning was difficult, defined by financialproblems and a lack of appropriate and interesting work. In addition, as a foreigner, he couldlose his work or resident permits at any time. There were, however, some high points. His book"Typographic Design" appeared in 1935 and there were 1000 orders even before it was printed.In the same year Tschichold exhibited his work at the major London print shop Lund Humphries,after which he received commissions from the shop as well as the task of designing thetypography of the world famous Penrose Annual of 1938.SUBMIT FONTSCatalogue cover, 1935His next book appeared in 1942, "Typeface Theory, Practices and Sketches". Tschichold left theBauhaus and elementary influence behind and returned to classic typography and art. This isevident in the numerous designs he produced in this period. Since 1938 he had devoted himselfcompletely to book typography. He abandoned the assymetrical arrangements of industrialtypography and began to center almost all his work.Between 1933 and 1946, Tschichold produced numerous journal articles, in part due to financialpressure. By 1941 he at last saw the end of these difficult years when he was hired by thegrowing company Birkhaeuser in Basel. In recognition of his contributions during this time,Tschichold was granted citizenship in Basel in 1942.more.Cover, 1938CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTSECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUMCover, 1941Cover, 1945Go to Font FeaturesBack to Font Feature ArchiveChildhoodStar StudentInfluence of the BauhausExcerpts from Tschichold s ManMunichRefuge in SwitzerlandPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandMasterpiece Sabon

Cover, 1951Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingView PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:eMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes. 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favorites

MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Cochin RomanHOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESFONT LOUNGENEWSMY FAVORITESSUPPORTCOMPANYFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdFONT OF THE WEEKPost-War Years in LondonFONT DESIGNERSTYPE GALLERYIn the summer of 1945, the famous English book printer Oliver Simon andthe Penguin Books publisher Allan Lane came to Basel to convinceTschichold to join the publishing house as typographer. Tschichold wasdelighted to accept the offer but it was another year before he could moveto London. He began to rework the typographic form of Penguin books in1946, a massive task encompassing the complete overhaul of the books’typography. Tschichold instated strict typesetting rules to raise the formallevel of the printing and published "In the Service of the Book" to detailthese guidelines.FONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSBOOKSHOPFONT LINKSSUBMIT FONTSIn the few years spent working in London, Tschichold gained much respectand was named an honorary member of the London Double Crown Club, aselective group of English typographers and printers.more.Sketch, 1947Inner title, 1948CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTSECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUMCover, 1948Cover, 1949Go to Font FeaturesBack to Font Feature ArchiveChildhoodStar StudentInfluence of the BauhausExcerpts from Tschichold s ManMunichRefuge in SwitzerlandPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandMasterpiece Sabon

Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingView PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:eMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes. 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favorites

MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Linotype Inagur RegularHOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESFONT LOUNGENEWSSUPPORTMY FAVORITESCOMPANYFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdFONT OF THE WEEKReturn to SwitzerlandFONT DESIGNERSTYPE GALLERYSoon after his return to Switzerland at the end of 1949, the massive drop in the worth ofthe English pound led Tschichold to begin negotiations over a position at the master schoolfor Germany’s book printers in Munich. Due to unacceptable conditions - Tschichold wouldhave been forced to give up his Swiss citizenship - nothing came of this attempt.FONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSOne of Tschichold’s most important books appeared during this time. The "Master Book ofTypefaces" reflects his 30-year occupation with typeface forms across the ages.BOOKSHOPFONT LINKSSUBMIT FONTSIn 1955 Tschichold took a position as typographer at the Hoffmann-La Roche company inBasel. He received numerous recognitions and offers from all over Europe and the USA. Hismost widely read and translated book, "Arbitrary Measurement Relations of the Book Page",first appeared in 1962 and would go through 18 editions.At the beginning of 1967 Tschichold traveled to the USA and held talks in Chicago as wellas at Harvard and Yale universities. While the older Tschichold typefaces designed for one ofthe first photo-typesetting machines remained unimportant, 1967 also saw the appearanceof Sabon at Linotype, Stempel and Monotype, a typeface which would become a classic.Jan Tschichold died on August 11, 1974, in Locarno, Switzerland.Cover, 1951Few have left deeper impressions on the typography of the last fifty years as Jan Tschichold.Although he only held a teaching position for 8 years during his youth, he continues to havean endless number of students. He cleared away the old typography of pre-1925 and maderoom for a modern, structured and regulated new typography.more.Inner title, 1952CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTSECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUMCover, 1958Go to Font FeaturesBack to Font Feature ArchiveChildhoodStar StudentInfluence of the BauhausExcerpts from Tschichold s ManMunichRefuge in SwitzerlandPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandMasterpiece Sabon

Cover, 1959Calendar title page, 1975Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingView PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:eMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes. 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favorites

MY ACCOUNT / LOGINMY SHOPPING CARTpresented in: Optima nova Condensed RegularHOMEverdanaSearchFONT FINDERFONT PRODUCTSFONT SERVICESFONT LOUNGENEWSSUPPORTMY FAVORITESCOMPANYGo to Font FeaturesFONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAYBack to Font Feature ArchiveIn honor of the 100th birthday of Jan TschicholdFONT OF THE WEEKChildhoodReturn to SwitzerlandFONT DESIGNERSTYPE GALLERYStar StudentSabon was the result of many years of preparation. Its model was the 1952Garamond interpretation which Jacob Sabon and Conrad Berner produced inFrankfurt and which so impressed the young Tschichold. It was the firsttypeface that was produced with undifferentiated forms for the linotype,monotype and hand setting.FONTS IN USEFONT FEATURESLEARN ABOUT TYPEMOVIE FONTSBOOKSHOPSabon was Tschichold’s most important typeface creation. There were originallythree weights: normal, italic and semibold. Linotype expanded the Sabon familyin 1984 by adding a cursive semibold weight.FONT LINKSSUBMIT FONTSComparison of the Savon font weights for the Linotype,Monotype and hand settingDrawing for the Sabon Antiqua, 1965CONTACTSITEMAPTERMS OF BUSINESSLICENSE AGREEMENTSECURITYIMPRINT/IMPRESSUMDrawing for the Sabon Italic, 1966Sabon Font Family (Linotype Library)- consisting of 21 font weightsCharacter set features:View PDF sampleSabon Next CD for Mac and PCAvailable Format / Platform:Create sampleSend eCardAdd to favoritesFrom: USD 995.00 (excl. VAT)- containing 47 font weightsAvailable Format / Platform:Delivery by:ShippingInfluence of the BauhausExcerpts from Tschichold s ManMunichRefuge in SwitzerlandPost-War Years in LondonReturn to SwitzerlandMasterpiece Sabon

View PDF sampleCreate sampleFor further information do not hesitate to contact us via:eMailinfo@linotype.comPhone 49 (0) 6172 484 418Fax 49 (0) 6172 484-429We reserve the right of errors and changes. 2005, Linotype Library GmbH, All rights reserved.Send eCardAdd to favorites

FONT LOUNGE FONT FEATURES JAN TSCHICHOLD – IN HONOR OF THE 100TH BIRTHDAY Business card, 1923 Advertisement, 1922 Advertisement, 1923 In honor of the 100th birthday of Jan Tschichold Star student In spite of his youth, Tschichold was accepted in the typography class of Professor Herma

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