Van Dijk® font family


Designed by Peter O'Donnell in 1986
Jan van Dijk in 1982

About Van Dijk® font family

Van Dijk was designed by Peter O'Donnell in 1986 and is a zigzag typeface with a printed handwritten character. Angular forms and an emphasized slant to the right make it seem energetic and forward-reaching. The s forms with their rounded and softer forms contrast all the better with the rest of the alphabet. The strong figures of Van Dijk are reminiscent of advertisements of the 1940s. Van Dijk is best used for headlines or short texts in point sizes of 12 or larger.
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Font Designer: Peter O'Donnell – Peter O´Donnell

Van Dijk

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Van Dijk

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Van Dijk® Regular -  2 variants
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Van Dijk® Bold -  2 variants
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