ITC Ironwork™ font family

Designed by Serge Pichii in 1997

About ITC Ironwork™ font family

ITC Ironwork is the work of Serge Pichii, who was inspired by a piece of decorative lettering done by Jan Tschichold in the early 1920s. Tschichold had interlocked a series of rough sans serif letters and embellished them with scattered decorative elements. The original was of only capital letters, touching and overlapping like an ironwork gate made of letters. Pichii completed the typeface with lowercase forms and smoothed the edges. The scrolls of the capitals were extended to the lowercase and Pichii based them on iron scrollwork he found in Vienna and Prague. A lot of attention was paid to the elements of the typeface in order to 'smooth out' and balance proportional relations between the elements," says Pichii. ITC Ironwork is great for signage and display but also works well in short texts."
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Font Designer: Serge Pichii

ITC Ironwork

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ITC Ironwork

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Ironwork™ Regular

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