Photina® font family


Designed by José Mendoza y Almeida in 1972

About Photina® font family

As its name implies, Photina was created specifically for phototypesetting, the technology that preceded digital and laser typesetting.
Photina was designed by Jose Mendoza y Almeida in 1971 and was the third face made by the Monotype Corporation for phototypesetting systems.
Its high typographic quality, robustness, and refined detail have made Photina popular for magazine and book text.
More related documents:
Font Designer: Pierre Simon Fournier – About the Designer
Font Designer: José Mendoza y Almeida

Photina

Desktop fonts

8 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Photina® Roman
US$ 29
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Photina® Italic
US$ 29
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Photina® Semibold
US$ 29
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Photina® Semibold Italic
US$ 29
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Photina® Bold
US$ 29
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Photina® Bold Italic
US$ 29
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Photina® Ultra Bold
US$ 29
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Photina® Ultra Bold Italic
US$ 29
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