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Seuchter Experimental Font

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Seuchter ExperimentalDesigner: Bruno Seuchter
Publisher: HiH
Seuchter Speculative was designed by Bruno Seuchter and released by HiH. Seuchter Speculative consists of 1 design. p > Seuchter Speculative is an item of the fertile Jugendstil period in Austria. Drawn by Bruno Seuchter, about whom bit biographical details is available, the style initially appeared in Seuchter's publication, Pass away Fläche, in 1902. Die Fläche suggests "surface or area," probably a referral to a "tabula rasa" or fresh start. The ramification is one of starting anew, turning down the past and searching for fresh, various modes of visual expression - which is precisely what Art Nouveau tried to do.

Seuchter Speculative is a quirky and light-hearted font style. Ligatures consist of AT, AV, CH, CK, FJ, LO and ST. Although basically an all-cap font style, numerous of the accented letters in the lower case position represent the oft-seen desire to keep the accents listed below cap-height. The a-umlaut at 228 and u-umlaut at 252 show Seuchter's original style. For a discussion of the distinction in between a diaresis and an umlaut, see Appendix B of Bringhurst's The Elements of Typographical Design. In the meantime, provide this font space to breathe.

Font Family: Seuchter Experimental

Tags: 1900s, all caps, art nouveau, austrian, caps only, decorative, experimental, fluid, retro, revival, vintage

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