P22 TYPE FOUNDRY
P22 type foundry
PO Box 770
P22 type foundry has a unique method for developing new fonts which includes working closely with
museums and foundations. Each font set is uniquely packaged with background information on its source
and inspiration. Our range of over 140 fonts covers a wide spectrum of Art and History.
To order the fonts, visit our website or call 1 80O 722 5080.
We accept AmEx, Visa, MasterCard, and check [via mail order].
Order: 1 8OO 722 508O
Fax: 716 8854482
Direct: 716 885449O
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The P22 website serves as the central point for all current product news,
specials and new releases.
The P22 Typecaster™ tool allows you to test drive each font on the website.
Our real-time secure shopping cart allows for immediate downloads of fonts.
Up against a deadline, or need instant gratification, visit www.p22.com
All fonts available for Macintosh and PC users. Each purchase includes
both PostScript and TrueType formats.
P22 abo offers and ships its line of art fonts on CDRom with both Macintosh
and Windows versions included on each disk. The CDs are packaged in
our unique square box format.
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enduring contribution of Classic
Greece to world culture. This set fea¬
tures two typefaces in the style of
ancient Greek stone carvings (one
modern Latin, one of authentic Greek
characters) and fifty-two graphic
extras drawn from coinage and vase
conjunction with the Josef and Anni
Albers Foundation and the
Guggenheim Museum. Josef Albers
(18S8-1976) was one of the most
important artists and educators of
the twentieth century. He was a
member of the Bauhaus, first as a
student and then as a teacher from
1920 until its closing in 1933. He
then emigrated to America, where he
continued making art and teaching at
numerous institutions until his death.
Known principally as an abstract
painter, he was also an accomplished
designer, draftsman, typographer,
and photographer. His works explore
permutations of form, color and
perception using a restricted visual
vocabulary. Created when he was at
the Bauhaus, his Kombinationschrift
alphabets exemplify the school's
ethos. Using ten basic shapes based
on the circle and the rectangle, he
created a system of lettering that
was meant to be efficient, easy to
learn, and inexpensive to produce.
These ten shapes in combination
could form any letter or number.
The letterforms of this computer
version were taken directly from
Albers' drawings and notes.
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