Linotype Spitz™ font family


Designed by Oliver Brentzel in 1997

About Linotype Spitz™ font family

The Chrysler Building's decorative motif acted as the formal language that inspired the Linotype Spitz typeface. Linotype Spitz is a combination of pointed and semicircular elements that develop their own aesthetic value in their interplay. Neither the Chrysler Building nor the Linotype Spitz is designed on the basis of geometric rules; they both take account of optical phenomena in their design. Linotype Spitz is characterized by its elegant appearance, due to its exceptionally fine and pointed design. The font is ideal for posters and advertising.
More related documents:
Type Gallery: Linotype Spitz
Font Designer: Oliver Brentzel

Linotype Spitz

Desktop fonts are designed to be installed on a computer for use with applications. Licensed per computer.
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Linotype Spitz

5 Typefaces



world-map map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Linotype Spitz™ Light -  3 variants
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Linotype Spitz™ Book -  3 variants
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Linotype Spitz™ Medium -  3 variants
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Linotype Spitz™ Bold -  3 variants
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Linotype Spitz™ Black -  3 variants
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