New Berolina® font family


Designed by Martin Wilke in 1965

About New Berolina® font family

Martin Wilke designed the dynamic calligraphic typeface New Berolina in 1965.
The light line of the strokes and the strong stroke contrast lets New Berolina dance across the page.
Broad, generous capitals complement beautifully the narrower lower case characters with their low x-height.
The capitals can also be used as initials.
Used carefully and with generous line spacing, New Berolina will lend any text a fresh, lively look.
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Font Designer: Martin Wilke

New Berolina

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New Berolina

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

New Berolina® Regular -  1 variant
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