Indie Fonts: A Compendium of Digital Type from Independent Foundries, Volume 1

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Rockport Publishers, Jan 1, 2002 - Art - 408 pages
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If you're searching for a font that goes beyond ho-hum, this book is for you. Today's computers provide a selection of fonts that serve reasonably well for workaday letters and publications, but have become utterly boring from overuse. If you want your project to attract the reader's attention, you need an original font.

Indie Fonts provides a showcase collection of over 1600 diverse fonts from today's hottest digital type foundries and features the best work of these designers. Indie Fonts will help readers find some of the highest quality fonts available today.

The type styles range from the best of Matthew Carter's classic designs to the latest irreverence of ingoFonts. Designers searching for unique typefaces will find what they are looking for, whether historical revivals or futuristic techno faces.

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P22 type foundry creates computer typefaces inspired by Art, History, and Science. P22 is renowned for its work with museums and foundations to ensure the development of accurate historical typefaces that are fully relevant for today's computer user. In addition to its in-house font design, P22 now licenses several new type designs from around the world. Finally, we're sure you agree that no type foundry is complete without its own record label.

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