Rubber Vloeren font family

Designed by Ian Lynam

About Rubber Vloeren font family

Ian Lynam adapted Rubber Vloeren from a hand-drawn alphabet that Piet Zwart used for a series of advertisements for rubber flooring in the Netherlands. The Rubber Vloeren alphabet was used by Zwart on several other occasions. There''s a showing in the book Dutch Type by Jan Middendorp of the most spectacular version: a gold-on-blue version on ceramic tiles made for the First Church of Christ Scientist in The Hague when working for the architect Berlage.

Rubber Vloeren

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Rubber Vloeren

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Rubber Vloeren Regular

-  2 variants
From US$ 31
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