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Designed by Rosemarie Kloos-Rau in 1992/1997
German designer Rosemarie Kloos-Rau created Wiesbaden Swing™ in 1992 for Linotype. This light, informal typeface is based on her own handwriting, and the strokes have a feeling of spontaneity and energetic flair. Characters like the D, O, W, g, n and y really do swing with unbridled confidence and joy. Kloos-Rau says about her typeface: From the experience with my design company I recognized the need for fonts with personality. Wiesbaden Swing is my contemporary contribution to the field of calligraphy, a headline font which offers a fresh and unconventional approach to typography." This family has both regular and bold weights, a Cyrillic version, and a set of Dingbats. The Dingbats are light-hearted and zippy symbols for holidays, children's products, menus, and more. Wiesbaden Swing will add zest to packaging, catalogs, menus, websites, greeting cards, and magazine layouts. It mixes well with sans-serif fonts like Frutiger, Univers, or Helvetica - such combinations make lively and modern-looking typographic statements. This face is part of the value pack Calligraphy for Print 1"

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Wiesbaden Swing™ Dingbats














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Catalog number: 36843144

These fonts feature symbol, pi, border or artwork characters. Each font is Unicode™ encoded, and ava

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Function: These fonts feature symbol, pi, border or artwork characters. Each font is Unicode™ encoded, and available in different formats. Please review the product information for each font to ensure it will meet your requirements.

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