Anno™ font family


Designed by André Maaßen in 2006

About Anno™ font family

The impulse behind André Maaßen's design of the Anno typeface was the design of a New Year's card for the year 2000 (Anno 2000). His desire to create the perfect printed image developed into a family with four styles: Anno 1, Anno 1 Italic, Anno 2, and Anno 2 Italic. Anno 1 and its Italic are semi-classicist typefaces, with a high degree of stroke contrast, while Anno 2 and its Italic are semi-grotesks, with less stroke contrast. Both Anno 1 and Anno 2 are sans serifs typefaces, but they each offer a new interpretation of the genre. All four styles include oldstyle figures as well as accents for Western, Central, and Eastern European languages. The Anno typeface may be used in a number of applications and sizes. And it is naturally suitable for New Year's greetings and other cards, of course!
More related documents:
Type Gallery: Anno
Press Release: 2007_01_26 – Linotype releases new fonts in January – January 26, 2007

Anno

Desktop fonts are designed to be installed on a computer for use with applications. Licensed per computer.
Web fonts are used with the CSS @font-face rule. They are licensed for a set number of page views with no time limitation.
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Anno

4 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Anno™ 1 Regular -  3 variants
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Anno™ 1 Italic -  3 variants
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Anno™ 2 Regular -  3 variants
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Anno™ 2 Italic -  3 variants
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