P22 Zebra font family


Designed by Karlgeorg Hoefer in 2008
Colin Kahn in 2008

About P22 Zebra font family

Karlgeorg Hoefer's most unusual type face was probably his experiment with a brush face which he designed as a partly black and partly grey drawing. The optical effect of this typeface was completely new and different, but how should the grey be produced? The punch cutters of D. Stempel AG had an answer. The areas that should be grey were made from cross hatched lines: The typeface was released by D. Stempel AG and appropriately named »Zebra«.
In 2008 P22 designer Colin Kahn made a new digital version which is based on the original drawings. He made also a wedged and a stencil version and added several color shape layers (A, B, C) that the give the user a broad variety to color and shape the words.
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Font Designer: Karlgeorg Hoefer

P22 Zebra

Desktop fonts

6 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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P22 Zebra LineCut
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P22 Zebra Stencil
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P22 Zebra Wedge
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P22 Zebra A
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P22 Zebra B
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P22 Zebra C
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