Magazines

See how Linotype fonts are used for magazines from all over the world.
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Fonts:Agilita®

Designer:Jürgen Weltin

Source:“dreiviertel” (AGD)

Fonts:Agilita®

Designer:Jürgen Weltin

Source:Streifband

Fonts:Agilita®

Designer:Jürgen Weltin

Source:Tour

Fonts:Agilita®

Designer:Jürgen Weltin

Source:Tour

Fonts:Linotype Aroma™

Designer:Tim Ahrens

Source:impuls 2006

Fonts:Avenir®

Designer:Adrian Frutiger
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Source:Paperazzo

Fonts:Avenir®

Designer:Adrian Frutiger

Source:VRIJ NEDERLAND

Fonts:Eurostile®

Designer:Aldo Novarese
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Source:Masterfile Corporation

Fonts:Frutiger®

Designer:Adrian Frutiger
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Source:Lijfstjil

Fonts:Meridien®

Designer:Adrian Frutiger

Source:Forschung Frankfurt

Fonts:Noa™

Designer:Nina Lee Storm
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Source:Kraichgau TV

Fonts:Ondine™

Designer:Adrian Frutiger

Source:Print & Produktion

Fonts:Palatino® nova

Designer:Hermann Zapf/Akira Kobayashi

Source:The Calligraph

Fonts:Palatino® nova

Designer:Hermann Zapf/Akira Kobayashi

Source:The Calligraph

Fonts:Rotis Sans Serif®

Designer:Otl Aicher

Source:Actebis Fachhandels-Information

Fonts:Satero®

Designer:Werner Schneider

Source:Stadtansichten

Fonts:Linotype Syntax®

Designer:Hans Eduard Meier

Source:impuls 2000

Fonts:Veto®

Designer:Marco Ganz
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Source:Music Magazine "Q"

Fonts:Vialog®

Designer:Werner Schneider, Helmut Ness

Source:Magida

Fonts:Zapfino®

Designer:Hermann Zapf

Source:"La Operina"

Fonts:Zapfino®

Designer:Hermann Zapf

Source:Der Spiegel