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Wolpe Fanfare Font

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Wolpe FanfareDesigners: Berthold Wolpe, Toshi Omagari
Publisher: Monotype
Wolpe Excitement was developed by Berthold Wolpe, Toshi Omagari and released by Monotype. Wolpe Fanfare consists of 6 designs and family package choices. p >" Excitement is such an enjoyable typeface," says Toshi Omagari, who revived the design for The Wolpe Collection. "It was my happiest discovery when I was digging through the Monotype archive. I discovered it and had to examine the designer's name." No wonder: Excitement is modern-day, light and playful-- not what you 'd expect from an 80-year old design.

From the original, extremely heavy weight style, Omagari began by developing a black weight, followed by 4 lighter weights for Wolpe Fanfare, protecting the character of the letterforms all the method to a thin version. "I wanted to do more than digitize the initial weight," he states. "It's remarkably modern, and its skeleton, its basic structure, is so stunning."

The brand-new design loads more into a small space than many typefaces. It's a natural for publication and marketing design. With screens efficient in revealing fine details such as Excitement's subtly inclined standard, its charming kinds will quickly equate to mobile phones. With an extended European character set that consists of Greek and Cyrillic language assistance, Wolpe Excitement can speak in numerous languages.

Font Family:
· Wolpe Fanfare Thin
· Wolpe Fanfare Light
· Wolpe Fanfare Regular
· Wolpe Fanfare Bold
· Wolpe Fanfare Black
· Wolpe Fanfare Inline Regular

Tags: 1930s, advertising design, berthold wolpe, cyrillic, fia2019, fia2019out, greek, modern, paneuropean, publication, stanley morison, toshi omagari, wolpe collection

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