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Bathysphere Font

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BathysphereDesigners: Morris Benton, Gustav Schroeder, Seymour Caprice
Publisher: Kickingbird
Bathysphere was developed by Morris Benton, Gustav Schroeder, Seymour Caprice and published by Kickingbird. Bathysphere includes 1 design. p > This steam era typeface, produced by Gustav Schroeder in 1884, discovered popular usage on soap box labels and tobacco tins during its preliminary release. Then, later, a successful and stout revival of Gustav's face, named Othello, was carried out by Morris Fuller Benton in 1934, and the typeface's appeal expanded to include items such as broadside posters including Boris Karloff's Frankenstein. After metal paved the way to film type, Gustav's development experienced a quick fashion minute in the 1960's, however then vanished entirely, never ever re-surfacing as a complete digital typeface.

With the release of Bathysphere, the typeface comes cycle, having actually been completely redrawn from scratch utilizing Gustav's initial specimens. The brand-new extended language support develops the typeface securely in the modern-day era, while Bathysphere's refinement of subtle blunt corners restores a deep-sea grace to this iron giant.

Font Family: Bathysphere

Tags: 1800s, antique, frankenstein, heavy, industrial, iron, jules verne, macbeth, monster, othello, retro, science fiction, sea, steam, steam age, steam era, steam punk, strong, submarine, velvet underground, vintage

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