Visigoth™ font family

Designed by Arthur Baker in 1988


About Visigoth™ font family

Visigoth font was created in 1988 by Arthur Baker for AlphaOmega Typography.
He designed it specifically for setting the text of A Dante Bestiary published in 1989 for Ombondi Editions in New York.
Highly expressive and unusual lettershapes make Visigoth unique among script faces: it has bold, penwritten lines, a slight incline, and a distinct variation in stroke weights, making it ideal for advertising and other display work.
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