Richard Kegler. Michael Want
Daddy-0 is a font set inspired by the
graphic arts of the Beat Generation.
Book jackets, jazz album covers, and
beat paraphernalia captured the
vibrancy of the era with a new attitude
and new vision of the Beatniks. This
vision included freedom of expression.
new modes of consciousness, and the
redemption of the commonplace.
Examples of this 'beat' style could be
seen on such landmark clubs as the
Purple Onion and the Hungry І in San
Francisco, and the Village Gate in New
York. Like many upstart movements,
this style was eventually adapted by the
mainstream for its own uses as well as
to parody the 'beat" culture. This font
set is intended as a nod to the cliché
vision of Beats with reverence toward
the real thing.
Richard Kegler, Peter Re'tling
Created for the P22 re-issue of the
legendary 1959 Rod McKuen
Beatsville album on CO A coffee-
fueled tribute to/parody of bohemiar
culture of the 1950s,
Daddy-0 Junkie featured an agitated
design that may cause some hepcat
font addicts to Oaddy-OD.
Den/s Kegler. Richard Kegler
The great Italian artist, inventor and
visionary Leonardo da Vinci created
an extraordinary variety of work that
continues to amaze those who study it
This set faithfully captures Leonardo's
remarkable imagination and includes
an exclusive Da Vinci Backwards font
(reflecting the artist's own unique style
of handwriting). The seventy-two extras
included are drawn from Leonardo's
sketchbooks and journals
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Richard Kegler, Michael Want
The Outch Oe Stljl movement
(1917-1931] sought to create an art
that took abstraction to Its logical
extreme, as exhibited in the paintings
of Piet Mondrlan Inspired by the
movement's philosophy of pure form.
P22's De Stijl set features three rigid,
balanced, and angular fonts and a set
of geometric extras.
Denis Kegler. Richard Kegler /
This font set is based on the lettering
styles and optical artwork of Dutch
artist Mauritius Cornelius (M.C.) Escher.
Escher Regular is an alphabet based
on the artist's more formal lettering,
while Escher Hand is a more casual,
yet versatile handwritten-style type.
Rounding out the set is a collection
of extras drawn from and inspired by
Escher's work. Authorized by Cordon