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Biffo™ Std Regular

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Blackoak® Std Regular

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Bodoni Std Poster Compressed

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Copperplate Gothic Std 33BC

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Castellar™ Std Roman

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Dom Casual Std Medium

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Franklin Gothic Std No. 2 Roman

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Franklin Gothic Std Extra Condensed

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Franklin Gothic Std Condensed

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Goudy Text™ Std Regular

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Gill Sans® Std Ultra Bold

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Gill Sans® Std Condensed

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Ironwood® Std Medium

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Joanna® Std Regular

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Joanna® Std Italic

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Kaufmann® Std Roman

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Lithos® Pro Regular

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Letter Gothic Std Medium

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Mesquite® Std Medium

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Myriad® Pro Semibold Condensed

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Nueva® Std Bold Extended

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Nuptial Script Std Regular

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Pepita® Std Regular

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Prestige Elite Std Regular

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Rockwell® Std Extra Bold

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Runic™ Std Condensed

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Stencil Std Bold

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Viva® Std Regular

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Willow® Std Light

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Biffo is a very informal script from Monotype, and carries the influence of the contemporary sign painter’s brush letterforms. Quirkier than most typefaces, Biffo has lettershapes that have both angular and rounded features. Biffo can make a very distinct impression when used sparingly in display work.

Blackoak is an Adobe Originals typeface designed in 1990 by Joy Redick. Blackoak, adapted from proofs of wood type from the collection at the Smithsonian Institution, has slab serifs and extremely wide letterforms. Used sparingly, Blackoak makes an arresting display type.

Giambattista Bodoni of Parma, Italy, designed and cut his typefaces at the end of the eighteenth century. The Bodoni types were the culmination of nearly 300 years of evolution in roman type design, in which fine hairlines contrast sharply with bolder stems, and serifs are often unbracketed. Bodoni is recognized by its high contrast between thick and thin strokes, pure vertical stress, and hairline serifs. This particular version of Bodoni was first created by Morris Fuller Benton for American Type Founders between 1908 and 1915. It brings elegance and sparkle to any graphic image, including headlines, text, and logos.

Originally designed by Frederic W. Goudy in the early 1900s for American Type Founders, Copperplate Gothic appears at first to be a sans serif, but actually has very small, fine serifs. Copperplate Gothic was originally designed for stationery and society printing, and is now used in many varieties of commercial printing. Its classic uses are business cards and lettering on the frosted-glass office doors of lawyers and private investigators. The AB and BC designators refer to the size relationship of the capitals and small capitals.

The design of Castellar is patterned after carved letters on a Roman column dedicated to Augustus. It is an elegant all-capitals titling face with an incised or shaded look. Castellar was designed by John Peters for Monotype in 1957, and named after a town in the Alps. Castellar is at its best when used for sophisticated, refined display work.

Dom Casual is an informal script typeface that looks brushwritten. It was designed by Peter Dombrezian for American Type Founders in 1952 and was an immediate success. Use this typeface to create a friendly, informal look in signs, advertising, and invitations.

Franklin Gothic is modeled on Morris Fuller Benton’s original Franklin Gothic family, designed in 1902 for American Type Founders. Named for Benjamin Franklin, Franklin Gothic modernized nineteenth-century sans serif designs to shape a typeface style that has practically formed a category of its own. This version of Franklin Gothic is bolder in weight, and includes condensed and extra condensed designs. These are highly noticeable and legible display faces for headlines, advertising, and packaging.

In 1928, Frederic W. Goudy completed Goudy Text for Lanston Monotype. It is a modification of the blackletter types of Gutenberg’s 42-line Bible. With Lombardic capitals that work beautifully with its lowercase letters, Goudy Text is readable to those who are not used to looking at blackletters, and as such can be used to great advantage in short headings and display work.

Designed by Eric Gill and released by the Monotype Corporation between 1928 and 1930, Gill Sans is based on the typeface Edward Johnston, the innovative British letterer and teacher, designed in 1916 for the signage of the London Underground. Gill’s alphabet is more classical in proportion and contains his signature flared capital R and eyeglass lowercase g. With distinct roots in pen-written letters, Gill Sans is classified as a humanist sans serif, making it very legible and readable in text and display work. The condensed, bold, and display versions are excellent for packaging or posters.

Ironwood is an Adobe Originals typeface designed by Joy Redick in 1990.

Joanna was designed by Eric Gill in 1930, based on type originally cut by Granjon, and released by the Monotype Corporation in 1937. He created the typeface for the printing firm of Hague & Gill, which he formed to give his idle son-in-law an occupation, and named the design for his daughter. Only the Caslon foundry cut it for hand composition. It is, as Gill himself described it, “a book face free from all fancy business,” with small, straight serifs and a spare elegance that makes it notably attractive and distinguished.

Kaufmann was designed in 1936 for the American Type Founders by Max R. Kaufmann, a letterer, typographer, and one-time art director for McCalls magazine. Kaufmann is a connecting script typeface with a smooth, slightly whimsical look; its monoweight is unusual in a script type but allows for a nice texture on the page when it is combined with sans serif text type. The bold Kaufmann is fine display type.

Inscriptions honoring public figures or dedicating temples were intended for public viewing in ancient Greece. Geometric letterforms, free of adornment, were chiseled into the stone. These very basic shapes are the inspiration for Lithos Pro, an Adobe Originals typeface designed by Carol Twombly. This flexible design combines simplified character shapes with a playful asymmetric quality that works well for a large variety of display jobs. The original Lithos design has been extremely popular since its 1989 release. To meet user demand, Lithos Pro, released in 2000, adds true Greek language support, plus small caps and small figures.

Letter Gothic was designed by Roger Roberson for IBM sometime between 1956 and 1962. Inspired by Optima, the typeface originally had flared stems. A monospaced sans serif font designed for use on an IBM Selectric typewriter, Letter Gothic is a good choice for tabular material.

Mesquite is an Adobe Originals typeface designed by Joy Redick for Adobe Systems in 1990, as part of the Adobe Wood Type series.

An Adobe Originals design first released in 1992, Myriad has become popular for both text and display composition. As an OpenType release, Myriad Pro expands this sans serif family to include Greek and Cyrillic glyphs, as well as adding oldstyle figures and improving support for Latin-based languages. The full Myriad Pro family includes condensed, normal, and extended widths in a full range of weights. Designed by Robert Slimbach & Carol Twombly with Fred Brady & Christopher Slye, Myriad has a warmth and readability that result from the humanistic treatment of letter proportions and design detail. Myriad Pro’s clean open shapes, precise letter fit, and extensive kerning pairs make this unified family of roman and italic an excellent choice for text typography that is comfortable to read, while the wide variety of weights and widths in the family provide a generous creative palette for even the most demanding display typography. Patent Design pending.

Nueva, designed by Carol Twombly in 1994, was originally conceived as a potential lowercase companion to her 1990 titling typeface Charlemagne. Nueva came into its own with a contemporary kinetic lowercase with its own capitals to match. Nueva has very high stroke contrast, with round, bouncy counterforms and stroke shapes, particularly in the wider instances. The low connecting joins of the arches on h, m, n, r, b, d, p and q are characteristic of some calligraphic designs, and this combined with rounded bowls and tapering stems makes Nueva unique among roman typefaces; the accompanying italic is a true italic design. Nueva is extremely versatile and can take on a workload that ranges from fine book titles to billboards.

Designed by Intertype’s design group under the direction of Edwin W. Shaar in about 1952, Nuptial is an informal script that was designed especially for wedding invitations.

Drawn for Monotype by the Hungarian designer Imre Reiner in 1959, Pepita interprets the flair of the artist’s brush into a dazzling cursive typeface. Irregular alignment coupled with a moderate variation in stress endows Pepita with a definite swing. Use Pepita for display in advertising, brochures, books, or anywhere ideas need to be presented with verve.

Prestige Elite is a slab serif monospaced typeface originally intended for use on a typewriter. It was designed in 1953 by Howard Kettler for IBM. Prestige Elite is a good choice for price lists, tabular material, and informal office correspondence. Typefaces that were originally designed as monospaced typewriter types are effective in materials for personal communication or for capturing the look and feel of bygone days.

The original Rockwell was produced by the Inland typefoundry in 1910, which issued it as Litho Antique; American Type Founders revived the face in the 1920s, with Morris Fuller Benton cutting several new weights. The Monotype Corporation produced its version of Rockwell in 1934; unfortunately, some of the literature erroneously referred to it as Stymie Bold, thereby creating confusion that still exists today. Rockwell is a geometric slab serif design, a strong display face for headlines and posters; it is also legible in short text blocks.

This 1935 design from the Monotype Corporation is an extremely condensed display face that has a slight flavor of nineteenth-century wood type. Runic Condensed is tall and lean with a huge x-height and hairline serifs. It is an ideal display type for eccentric pieces where space is at a premium.

Two typefaces called Stencil were released in 1937 within a month of each other; this one was designed by Gerry Powell for American Type Founders. The characters are designed to emulate the look of bold, cut-out stencil letters. Use this typeface to command attention on signage, and for special effects.

Viva, designed by Carol Twombly, was released in 1993 as the first open-face design in the Adobe Originals Library. The display possibilities are essentially unlimited in advertising, book titles, posters, and any display material that needs an original look.

Willow is an Adobe Originals typeface designed in 1990 by Joy Redick for the Adobe Wood Type series. Willow is a condensed typeface modeled on nineteenth-century wood types known as Clarendons (wood type Clarendons do not resemble the English metal types of that name). Clarendon condensed faces were originally so well-designed that words or a line of display type have an even color that is remarkable for wood types. Taken from proofs of type in the Rob Roy Kelly Collection housed at the University of Texas at Austin, Willow can be used for display work such packaging, advertising, and posters.

Biffo MT Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 12.0 points.

Blackoak Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 36.0 points.

Bodoni Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 24.0 points.

Castellar MT Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 24.0 points.

Copperplate Gothic Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 6.0 points.

Dom Casual Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 18.0 points.

Gill Sans Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 24.0 points.

Goudy Text MT Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 14.0 points.

Ironwood Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 24.0 points.

Joanna MT Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 12.0 points.

Kaufmann Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 18.0 points.

Letter Gothic Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 12.0 points.

Lithos Pro family is designed to be used at a text size of 24.0 points.

Mesquite Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 24.0 points.

Myriad Pro family is designed to be used at a text size of 11.0 points.

Nueva Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 18.0 points.

Nuptial Script Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 18.0 points.

Pepita MT Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 12.0 points.

Prestige Elite Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 12.0 points.

Rockwell Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 12.0 points.

Runic MT Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 24.0 points.

Stencil Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 18.0 points.

Viva Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 24.0 points.

Willow Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 36.0 points.

Franklin Gothic Std family is designed to be used at a text size of 18.0 points.

Adobe Type Staff
Carol Twombly
Christopher Slye
Edwin Shaar
Eric Gill
Fred Brady
Frederic W. Goudy
Gerry Powell
Howard Kettler
Imre Reiner
John Peters
Joy Redick
Max R. Kaufmann
Monotype Staff
Morris Fuller Benton
Peter Dombrezian
Robert Slimbach
Roger Roberson
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Capitals
Decorative & Display
Expert Collection
Script
Mono
Handtooled, Inline, Outline, Stencil
Didone (Modern)
Glyphic
Small Caps & Old Style Figures
Adobe Originals
OpenType Pro
Slab Serif
Transitional
Blackletter
Cyrillic
Greek
Sans Serif

Nueva is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Runic is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation.

Ironwood is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Blackoak is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Goudy Text™ Std is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation.

Mesquite is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Myriad is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Willow is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Castellar is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and which may be registered in certain other jurisdictions.

Rockwell is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and which may be registered in certain other jurisdictions.

Gill Sans is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and which may be registered in certain other jurisdictions.

Kaufmann is a registered trademark of Kingsley/ATF Type Corporation.

Joanna is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and which may be registered in certain other jurisdictions.

Nuptial Script Std is a trademark of Linotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.

Pepita is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and which may be registered in certain other jurisdictions.

Biffo is a trademark of The Monotype Corporation.

Lithos is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Viva is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Adobe Type Basics OpenType Edition
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Biffo™ Std Regular
Blackoak® Std Regular
Bodoni Std 1
Bodoni Std 2
Castellar™ Std Roman
Copperplate Gothic Std
Dom Casual Std
Essential Scripts OpenType Edition
Franklin Gothic Std
Gill Sans Std 1
Gill Sans Std 2
Gill Sans Std Display
Goudy Text™ Std Regular
Ironwood® Std Medium
Joanna Std
Kaufmann Std
Letter Gothic Std
Lithos Pro
Mesquite® Std Medium
Myriad Pro
Myriad Pro Condensed
Myriad Pro SemiCondensed
Myriad Pro SemiExtended
Myriad Wild Std
Nueva Std
Nueva Std Condensed
Nueva Std Extended
Nuptial Script Std Regular
Pepita® Std Regular
Prestige Elite Std
Rockwell Std 1
Rockwell Std 2
Runic™ Std Condensed
Stencil Std Bold
Viva Std
Willow® Std Light

Blackoak® Regular
Bodoni 1
Bodoni 2
Brush Script
Cascade Script
Castellar™ Roman
Copperplate Gothic
Dom Casual
Dorchester Script
Franklin Gothic
Gill Sans 1
Gill Sans 2
Gill Sans Display
Goudy Text
Ironwood® Regular
Joanna
Kaufmann
Latin
Letter Gothic
Lithos
Mesquite® Regular
Myriad Condensed
Myriad Wild
Prestige Elite
Rockwell 1
Rockwell 2
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