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Contrast
Stress
Normal contrast vs. Reverse contrast
Normal stress vs. Reverse stress
Reverse contrast, oldstyleReverse oldstyle stress
Frankrühlya (in use)
Oded Ezer, 2003
Kebab-Teller mit Falafel, Reis oder Pommes 3,60€
mit Truthahnfleisch oder Hähnchenfleisch, Salat und Saucen
Schawarma 2,80...
Roman Rustic
Latin calligraphy, 1st–9th centuries
Inside Paragraphs
Cyrus Highsmith, 2012
Eric Smith
Lettering
Concept
Texture
Funkiness
Dynamism
Concept
William Bulmer
Poems by Goldsmith and Parnell, 1795
Twenty-Five-Line Pica Compressed
Caslon Foundry, 1821
Courtesy of Nick Sherman.
Specimen of Printing Types by Henry
Caslon, Letter-Founder.
Italian
Caslon, ca. 1821
Courtesy of Nick Sherman.
Specimen of Printing Types by Henry
Caslon, Letter-Founder.
Caslon’s Italian
vs. Miller Banner
A...
Caslon’s Italian, five line pica punches
Photo from Eye Magazine 75, Spring 2010
Photo printed in Eye Magazine
St Brides L...
fig. 6
Gothic Tuscan Italian
Wells & Webb
8 Line (96pt)
American Wood Type: 1828
Rob Roy Kelly, Litton Educa
Publishing, In...
Italian
Vincent Figgins, 1846 Nicolete Gray, Nineteenth Century
Ornamented Typefaces.
Italian
Caslon, ca. 1844
Courtesy of Nick Sherman.
Specimen of Printing Types by Henry
Caslon, Letter-Founder.
Italic Italian, Conner & Sons 1855
Long Primer (10pt)
first example of Italian Italic
Italic Italian
Conner & Sons, 1855
Co...
Caslon’s Italian
Paul Barnes
HAMMERSMITH
SHEPHERDS BUSH
KENSINGTON
HACKNEY MARSH
KINGS CROSS
PADDINGTONCaslon’s Italian
Paul Barnes
Caslon’s Italian
Paul Barnes
Bon Appetit Magazine, 2013
Courtesy of André Mora
Bon Appetit Magazine, 2013
Courtesy of André Mora
Karloff (Typotheque)
Peter Biľak, Pieter van Rosmalen, Nikola Djurek, 2012
Karloff Positive
Karloff Negative
Karloff Neutral
Maelstrom
Kris Sowersby, 2012
“IT’S SUCH A
STUPID, WEIRD
GENRE THAT I
THOUGHT I’D
HAVE A CRACK
AT IT.”
Texas Monthly Magazine Courtesy of André Mora
&Maelstrom
Kris Sowersby, 2012
Autobiographical
Interlude!
ITWASAWET,BADYEARONTHE
OldWesternTrailFROMREDRIVERNORTHWASHERDAFTERHERD
WATERBOUNDBYHIGHWATERINTHERIVERS
TheSouthCanadianM...
DHEIForm
DHEICounterburger
DHEIForm
DHEIDInner and Outer
DHEIDWhere the action happens
DHEIDInner and Outer
Fish Vignette
M.C. Escher, 1954 André MoraBoca Raton Museum of Art
feudoptical correctionSubtle cheating
feudblatant cheating
feud
Blatant cheating
feudflipped!
Flipped
Running out of room
YAMSCaslon’s Italian vs. Manicotti
AMNK
VWXYDiagonals, Maelstrom
AMNK
VWXYZDiagonals, Manicotti
UBARBPIE
ANUTBUTT
MSANDWIC
The railroad track effect
Texture
Italian, G. Nesbitt 1838
Italian Open Shaded, G. Nesbitt 1838
Courtesy of David Shields
American Type Founders Library Col...
Gothic Tuscan Italian
Wells & Webb, 1854 American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
26 S P R I N G 2 0 0 8
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Library
Columbia
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Figure 10. The first ...
French Antique #143
Shown in Page, 1870 American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
French Clarendon
XXX Condensed #117
Shown in Page, 1879 American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy K...
Page & Hamilton Specimen Book spreads
Ten-line Egyptian
Shown in Page, 1870 American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
Leeds Playbill From Leeds Playbills Collection:
www.leodis.net/playbills
Leeds Playbills From Leeds Playbills Collection:
www.leodis.net/playbills
Tuscan Egyptian
Shown in Hamilton, 1870 American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
Google Images, to prove a point
Mont Vernon General Store
Mont Vernon, New Hampshire
Terni’s Pendleton Sportswear
Middleton, New York Courtesy of Kent Lew
American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
French Clarendon No. 2
Hamilton, 1870s
Belgian
Pag...
American Wood Type 1828–1900
Rob Roy Kelly
P.T. Barnum (in use)
ATF, 1950
Courtesy of André Mora
Italienne, FT Française c.1950
Figaro, Monotype 1940
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP.T. Barnum, ATF 1950
P.T. Barnum
ATF, 1950
PQRSTUVWXY...
Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid
Figaro
Monotype, 1940
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
Figaro, Monotype 1940
ABCDEFGHIJKLMFigaro
Monotype, 1940
MNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
WWII Flight Manuals
U.S. Air Force, 1945
Arbor (Village)
Chester Jenkins, 2010
Arbor (Village)
Chester Jenkins, 2010Courtesy of
André Mora
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andTrilby
Yours Truly, 2009
Weaving is the textile art in which two distinct sets of yarns or
threads, known as the warp and the weft, are interlaced ...
Pete & The Secret of Flying
Using Trilby, 2011
Funkiness
Italian, Wells & Webb 1840
Gothic Italian, Wells & Webb 1840
10 Line (120pt), 5 Line (60pt), 7 Line (84pt)
first example of...
Gothic Bold
Hamilton, 1889 American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
ITC Zipper
Philip Kelly, 1970
Sintex 1 (Visual Graphics)
Aldo Novarese, 1973 Courtesy of David Shields. By Jo-Electro, New York, 1973.
Teutonic
Page, 1872 American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
Ornamented
Bruce Type Foundry
Courtesy of Nick Sherman.
Geo. Bruce’s So & Co.
Lithographic Italic, 1876
Nicolete Gray, University of California Press, 1976Lithographic Italic, 1876
Black Ornamented No...
See America: Welcome to Montana
Richard Halls, 1930s
United States Library of Congress. Works
Progress Administration Fede...
Celtic Ornamented (chromatic)
Page, 1872
American Wood Type: Collected,
catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
American ...
Indian
Page Courtesy of Nick Sherman
Tua (Berthold)
Joseph Churchward, 1972 Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid
Slab Serifs Spread
Photo-Lettering specimen
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
DUDE!
Dude (Lost Type Co-op)
Dan Gneiding
Benguiat Buffalo (Photo-Lettering)
Ed Benguiat, digitized by Donald Roos
Benguiat Buffalo (Photo-Lettering)
Ed Benguiat, digitized by Donald Roos
West Banjo (Photo-Lettering)
Dave West
West Banjo (Photo-Lettering)
Dave West, digitized by Mitja Miklavčič
ITC Bottleneck (ITC)
Tony Wenman, 1972
Dynamism
Aldine & Aldine Extended
Shown in Page, 1870, 1872
Estro (Nebiolo)
Aldo Novarese, 1961
Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid
Estro (Nebiolo)
Aldo Novarese, 1961 Courtesy of André Mora &
Indra Kupferschmid
Estro (Nebiolo)
Aldo Novarese, 1961 Courtesy of André Mora. Nice feet!
Estro (Nebiolo)
Aldo Novarese, 1961 André Mora
Gig
Chimera
Maria Doreuli, 2013
Work and play are
words used to describe
the same thing under
differing conditions.Chimera
Maria Doreuli, 2013
ЖАРКОЕ
ЛЕТО**DisplayBlacksupportsCyrillicChimera
Maria Doreuli, 2013
TOP SECRETBLACK
Recipe For DisasterLITE
CREAMYLITE
25% All Natural FlavoredBLACKEggwhite (Font Bureau)
Cyrus Highsmith, 20...
NUGGETSBLACK
Cooked By World Famous Super ChefsLITE
Mysterious QuantitiesBLACK
EXTRACTEDLITE
Just add water and stir vigor...
Stradivarius (Bauer)
Imre Reiner, 1945
Oceanic Sailor
Delightful
North BeachSeashore (Sudtipos)
Alejandro Paul, 2013
Courtesy of Cyrus Highsmith.
Air France
Roger Excoffon, 1960s
Antique Olive (Fonderie Olive)
Roger Excoffon, ca. 1964 Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid.
Antique Olive, Roger Excoffon, Fonderie Olive 1962
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopq...
Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid.
Antique Olive (Fonderie Olive)
Roger Excoffon, 1964
FF Balance (FontFont)
Evert Bloemsma, 1993
FF Balance (development)
Evert Bloemsma, 1993
That’s why I made it
Shall we return to the gold standard
Early morning in Earley: or Earleigh?
oh noes: saw a flying chau...
WHY?
RIGATONI
Formaggio di Fossa
Riso Dishes are common in Northern Italy
DOLCEDenominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita...
Homogeneity
Courtesy of
André MoraNovelty
Noordzij Cube
Gerrit Noordzij
Parallel
Universes
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Reversed-stress typefaces occupy a funny little corner of the world of typeface design. While most genres have grown organically, these faces intentionally flip conventions on their head, with jarring, amusing, and sometimes even useful results.

These faces can offer more to typography than the novelty of gunslingers and swinging saloon doors. I will explore the history of the genre, take a closer look at some particularly interesting specimens, and detail the drawing challenges that arise when the thick parts get thin and the thin parts get thick.

One of the hardest parts of drawing a typeface is finding a new approach to the same old alphabet. I will demonstrate how the reversal of one little attribute is enough to open up a host of uncharted letter-drawing possibilities.

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  1. 1. WWW.DJR.COM /BACKASSWARDS
  2. 2. Contrast
  3. 3. Stress
  4. 4. Normal contrast vs. Reverse contrast
  5. 5. Normal stress vs. Reverse stress
  6. 6. Reverse contrast, oldstyleReverse oldstyle stress
  7. 7. Frankrühlya (in use) Oded Ezer, 2003
  8. 8. Kebab-Teller mit Falafel, Reis oder Pommes 3,60€ mit Truthahnfleisch oder Hähnchenfleisch, Salat und Saucen Schawarma 2,80€ Truthahn- oder Hähnchenfleisch mit Salat und Saucen Lahmacun 3,70€ Teigblätter mit Salat und Saucen Mousakas mit extra Kebabfleisch 4,50€ Tomatensauce, Kartoffeln, Auberginen und Zucchini Falafel-Teller 5,90€ Salat, Taboulé, Kichererbsenmus und Saucen Falafel Nº 1 FF Bagel & FF Falafel (FontFont) Per Jørgensen, 2000–2001
  9. 9. Roman Rustic Latin calligraphy, 1st–9th centuries
  10. 10. Inside Paragraphs Cyrus Highsmith, 2012
  11. 11. Eric Smith Lettering
  12. 12. Concept Texture Funkiness Dynamism
  13. 13. Concept
  14. 14. William Bulmer Poems by Goldsmith and Parnell, 1795
  15. 15. Twenty-Five-Line Pica Compressed Caslon Foundry, 1821
  16. 16. Courtesy of Nick Sherman. Specimen of Printing Types by Henry Caslon, Letter-Founder. Italian Caslon, ca. 1821
  17. 17. Courtesy of Nick Sherman. Specimen of Printing Types by Henry Caslon, Letter-Founder. Caslon’s Italian vs. Miller Banner A PRIZE
  18. 18. Caslon’s Italian, five line pica punches Photo from Eye Magazine 75, Spring 2010 Photo printed in Eye Magazine St Brides Library, London
  19. 19. fig. 6 Gothic Tuscan Italian Wells & Webb 8 Line (96pt) American Wood Type: 1828 Rob Roy Kelly, Litton Educa Publishing, Inc, 1969Figure 4. The first example of shaded Italian: Paragon Italian, Shaded, 1830. (H.) Caslon & Catherwood, 20pt. Shown enlarged. American Type Founders Library Collection, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University. od ary umbia Paragon Italian Shaded Caslon & Catherwood, 1830 Courtesy of David Shields American Type Founders Library Collection, Columbia University, Butler Library
  20. 20. Italian Vincent Figgins, 1846 Nicolete Gray, Nineteenth Century Ornamented Typefaces.
  21. 21. Italian Caslon, ca. 1844 Courtesy of Nick Sherman. Specimen of Printing Types by Henry Caslon, Letter-Founder.
  22. 22. Italic Italian, Conner & Sons 1855 Long Primer (10pt) first example of Italian Italic Italic Italian Conner & Sons, 1855 Courtesy of David Shields. American Type Founders Library Collection, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University.
  23. 23. Caslon’s Italian Paul Barnes
  24. 24. HAMMERSMITH SHEPHERDS BUSH KENSINGTON HACKNEY MARSH KINGS CROSS PADDINGTONCaslon’s Italian Paul Barnes
  25. 25. Caslon’s Italian Paul Barnes
  26. 26. Bon Appetit Magazine, 2013 Courtesy of André Mora
  27. 27. Bon Appetit Magazine, 2013 Courtesy of André Mora
  28. 28. Karloff (Typotheque) Peter Biľak, Pieter van Rosmalen, Nikola Djurek, 2012
  29. 29. Karloff Positive
  30. 30. Karloff Negative
  31. 31. Karloff Neutral
  32. 32. Maelstrom Kris Sowersby, 2012 “IT’S SUCH A STUPID, WEIRD GENRE THAT I THOUGHT I’D HAVE A CRACK AT IT.”
  33. 33. Texas Monthly Magazine Courtesy of André Mora
  34. 34. &Maelstrom Kris Sowersby, 2012
  35. 35. Autobiographical Interlude!
  36. 36. ITWASAWET,BADYEARONTHE OldWesternTrailFROMREDRIVERNORTHWASHERDAFTERHERD WATERBOUNDBYHIGHWATERINTHERIVERS TheSouthCanadianManicotti Yours Truly, 2007–2010
  37. 37. DHEIForm
  38. 38. DHEICounterburger
  39. 39. DHEIForm
  40. 40. DHEIDInner and Outer
  41. 41. DHEIDWhere the action happens
  42. 42. DHEIDInner and Outer
  43. 43. Fish Vignette M.C. Escher, 1954 André MoraBoca Raton Museum of Art
  44. 44. feudoptical correctionSubtle cheating
  45. 45. feudblatant cheating feud Blatant cheating
  46. 46. feudflipped! Flipped
  47. 47. Running out of room
  48. 48. YAMSCaslon’s Italian vs. Manicotti
  49. 49. AMNK VWXYDiagonals, Maelstrom
  50. 50. AMNK VWXYZDiagonals, Manicotti
  51. 51. UBARBPIE ANUTBUTT MSANDWIC The railroad track effect
  52. 52. Texture
  53. 53. Italian, G. Nesbitt 1838 Italian Open Shaded, G. Nesbitt 1838 Courtesy of David Shields American Type Founders Library Collection, Columbia University, Butler Library Italian & Italian Open Shaded G. Nesbitt, 1838
  54. 54. Gothic Tuscan Italian Wells & Webb, 1854 American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
  55. 55. 26 S P R I N G 2 0 0 8 ch 54 Library Columbia of French ue, 1854 ey ounders Library Library, Columbia Figure 10. The first exampe of French antique: French Antique, 1854. Robert Beasley, eight line (96pt). Shown reduced. American Type Founders Library Collection, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University. French Antique Robert Beasley, 1854 Courtesy of David Shields American Type Founders Library Collection, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University.
  56. 56. French Antique #143 Shown in Page, 1870 American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
  57. 57. French Clarendon XXX Condensed #117 Shown in Page, 1879 American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
  58. 58. Page & Hamilton Specimen Book spreads
  59. 59. Ten-line Egyptian Shown in Page, 1870 American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
  60. 60. Leeds Playbill From Leeds Playbills Collection: www.leodis.net/playbills
  61. 61. Leeds Playbills From Leeds Playbills Collection: www.leodis.net/playbills
  62. 62. Tuscan Egyptian Shown in Hamilton, 1870 American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
  63. 63. Google Images, to prove a point
  64. 64. Mont Vernon General Store Mont Vernon, New Hampshire
  65. 65. Terni’s Pendleton Sportswear Middleton, New York Courtesy of Kent Lew
  66. 66. American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly. French Clarendon No. 2 Hamilton, 1870s Belgian Page, 1870
  67. 67. American Wood Type 1828–1900 Rob Roy Kelly
  68. 68. P.T. Barnum (in use) ATF, 1950 Courtesy of André Mora
  69. 69. Italienne, FT Française c.1950 Figaro, Monotype 1940 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP.T. Barnum, ATF 1950 P.T. Barnum ATF, 1950 PQRSTUVWXYZ MNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
  70. 70. Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid Figaro Monotype, 1940
  71. 71. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO Figaro, Monotype 1940 ABCDEFGHIJKLMFigaro Monotype, 1940 MNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
  72. 72. WWII Flight Manuals U.S. Air Force, 1945
  73. 73. Arbor (Village) Chester Jenkins, 2010
  74. 74. Arbor (Village) Chester Jenkins, 2010Courtesy of André Mora
  75. 75. We thr eac pie Clo in p ma the pla one dec Un und Ka spe andTrilby Yours Truly, 2009
  76. 76. Weaving is the textile art in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads, known as the warp and the weft, are interlaced with each other to form a fabric. Warp threads run lengthways along a piece of cloth, while all weft threads run across from side to side. Cloth is woven on a loom, a device for holding the warp threads in place while the filling threads are woven through them. The manner in which the warp and the weft threads interlace is called the weave. The majority of woven products employ methods like plain weave, satin weave, or twill. Woven fabrics can be basic, one color or a simple pattern, but skilled craftspeople produce decorative or artistic designs that often appear in big tapestries. Until the Industrial Revolution, weaving remained a manual craft undertaken by family craftspeople. Innovations such as John Kay’s flying shuttle and James Hargreaves’s spinning jenny sped up the weaving and yarn making processes considerably and precipitated the growth of industrial textile manufacturing. Trilby Yours Truly, 2009
  77. 77. Pete & The Secret of Flying Using Trilby, 2011
  78. 78. Funkiness
  79. 79. Italian, Wells & Webb 1840 Gothic Italian, Wells & Webb 1840 10 Line (120pt), 5 Line (60pt), 7 Line (84pt) first example of Italian san-serif Courtesy of David Shields American Type Founders Library Collection, Columbia University, Butler Library Gothic Italian Wells & Webb, 1840
  80. 80. Gothic Bold Hamilton, 1889 American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
  81. 81. ITC Zipper Philip Kelly, 1970
  82. 82. Sintex 1 (Visual Graphics) Aldo Novarese, 1973 Courtesy of David Shields. By Jo-Electro, New York, 1973.
  83. 83. Teutonic Page, 1872 American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
  84. 84. Ornamented Bruce Type Foundry Courtesy of Nick Sherman. Geo. Bruce’s So & Co.
  85. 85. Lithographic Italic, 1876 Nicolete Gray, University of California Press, 1976Lithographic Italic, 1876 Black Ornamented No 544, 1891 Courtesy of David Shields. Nicolete Gray, Nineteenth Century Ornamented Typefaces.
  86. 86. See America: Welcome to Montana Richard Halls, 1930s United States Library of Congress. Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, 1936–1938.
  87. 87. Celtic Ornamented (chromatic) Page, 1872 American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly. American Wood Type: Collected, catalogued and printed by Rob Roy Kelly.
  88. 88. Indian Page Courtesy of Nick Sherman
  89. 89. Tua (Berthold) Joseph Churchward, 1972 Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid
  90. 90. Slab Serifs Spread Photo-Lettering specimen
  91. 91. DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! DUDE! Dude (Lost Type Co-op) Dan Gneiding
  92. 92. Benguiat Buffalo (Photo-Lettering) Ed Benguiat, digitized by Donald Roos
  93. 93. Benguiat Buffalo (Photo-Lettering) Ed Benguiat, digitized by Donald Roos
  94. 94. West Banjo (Photo-Lettering) Dave West
  95. 95. West Banjo (Photo-Lettering) Dave West, digitized by Mitja Miklavčič
  96. 96. ITC Bottleneck (ITC) Tony Wenman, 1972
  97. 97. Dynamism
  98. 98. Aldine & Aldine Extended Shown in Page, 1870, 1872
  99. 99. Estro (Nebiolo) Aldo Novarese, 1961 Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid
  100. 100. Estro (Nebiolo) Aldo Novarese, 1961 Courtesy of André Mora & Indra Kupferschmid
  101. 101. Estro (Nebiolo) Aldo Novarese, 1961 Courtesy of André Mora. Nice feet!
  102. 102. Estro (Nebiolo) Aldo Novarese, 1961 André Mora
  103. 103. Gig Chimera Maria Doreuli, 2013
  104. 104. Work and play are words used to describe the same thing under differing conditions.Chimera Maria Doreuli, 2013
  105. 105. ЖАРКОЕ ЛЕТО**DisplayBlacksupportsCyrillicChimera Maria Doreuli, 2013
  106. 106. TOP SECRETBLACK Recipe For DisasterLITE CREAMYLITE 25% All Natural FlavoredBLACKEggwhite (Font Bureau) Cyrus Highsmith, 2000
  107. 107. NUGGETSBLACK Cooked By World Famous Super ChefsLITE Mysterious QuantitiesBLACK EXTRACTEDLITE Just add water and stir vigorouslyBLACK Eggwhite (Font Bureau) Cyrus Highsmith, 2000
  108. 108. Stradivarius (Bauer) Imre Reiner, 1945
  109. 109. Oceanic Sailor Delightful North BeachSeashore (Sudtipos) Alejandro Paul, 2013
  110. 110. Courtesy of Cyrus Highsmith. Air France Roger Excoffon, 1960s
  111. 111. Antique Olive (Fonderie Olive) Roger Excoffon, ca. 1964 Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid.
  112. 112. Antique Olive, Roger Excoffon, Fonderie Olive 1962 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwx ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxy ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX Antique Olive, Roger Excoffon, Fonderie Olive 1962 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxy ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX Antique Olive, Roger Excoffon, Fonderie Olive 1962 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Antique Olive, Roger Excoffon, Fonderie Olive 1962 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz BCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ NOPQR Antique Olive (Fonderie Olive) Roger Excoffon, ca. 1964
  113. 113. Courtesy of Indra Kupferschmid. Antique Olive (Fonderie Olive) Roger Excoffon, 1964
  114. 114. FF Balance (FontFont) Evert Bloemsma, 1993
  115. 115. FF Balance (development) Evert Bloemsma, 1993
  116. 116. That’s why I made it Shall we return to the gold standard Early morning in Earley: or Earleigh? oh noes: saw a flying chaucer yes pleaseEnquire Antonio Cavedoni, 2010
  117. 117. WHY?
  118. 118. RIGATONI Formaggio di Fossa Riso Dishes are common in Northern Italy DOLCEDenominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita PIZZA NAPOLETANAZiti (in progress) Yours Truly, 2013
  119. 119. Homogeneity
  120. 120. Courtesy of André MoraNovelty
  121. 121. Noordzij Cube Gerrit Noordzij
  122. 122. Parallel Universes

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