ITC Black Tulip™ font family

Designed by Dudly Rees in 1997

About ITC Black Tulip™ font family

ITC Black Tulip was designed by Dudley Rees and inspired by the modular simplicity of the Greek fret band, an ancient repeating pattern formed by tracing a line at right angles between two horizontal rules to form an interlocking motif. Rees admired the discipline of the motif, I saw how that simple rigid rectangular network suggested an alphabet that would need little or no kerning," he says. He describes ITC Black Tulip as a "dramatic headline face"."
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Font Designer: Dudly Rees

ITC Black Tulip

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ITC Black Tulip

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Black Tulip™ Regular -  1 variant
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