Salto™ font family
Designed by Karlgeorg Hoefer in 1952
About Salto™ font family
Read more what the american Klingspor foundry once has published in 1953 about Salto:
We are excited about Salto - and no wonder! It's a new type that really is new - not a duplicate of some existing letter. With its strong colour and rhytmical drawing it has a colossal effect even in short lines - you will find it can't be ignored! The designer, Karlgeorg Hoefer, has found a new approach with his clever blend of brush capitals and pen drawn lowercase, and the result is instantly eyecatching wherever it is used. If it is important to you to keep up with the latest trends in types - if your customer demand novelty in their work - you would do well to get full details of Salto. It has already had a promising start and experts predict for a long and active life"
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