Narcissus font family


Designed by Walter Tiemann in 1921

About Narcissus font family

In 1921, Walter Tiemann designed Narcissus for Klingspor after a suave set of ornamental inline capitals first cut by Simon Pierre Fournier about 1745. In 1925, Mergenthaler Linotype reproduced Tiemann’s type, calling it Narciss. The elegance of Fournier’s Louis XVI design created a vogue in late eighteenth-century Paris; Narciss and Narcissus sparked a revival in the twenties. Brian Lucid’s cut reflects the urbane air of a master.
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Font Designer: Walter Tiemann
Font Designer: Brian Lucid

Narcissus

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