Font Designer – Prof. Walter Stähle

Professor Walter Stähle (born 9. 7. 1919 in Rottweil, died 29. 5. 2005 in Stuttgart) designed Staehle Graphia™ in the 1960s. It is a very vertical font in the style of the printing on private correspondence in the 19th century. The elegant and sweeping capitals of Linotype Staehle Graphia Script are particularly well-suited to the beginning of passages or lines while the capitals of Linotype Staehle Graphia are better for longer texts. Both should be used with a relatively small line width. The lyricism and liveliness displayed by the font makes it the perfect choice for artistic texts such as poems.
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