Stymie™ font family


Designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1931

About Stymie™ font family

In 1931, Morris Fuller Benton created the Stymie typeface for the American Type Founders (ATF). Later weights were later added by Sol Hess at Lanston Monotype and Gary Powell at ATF. Stymie, a redesign of the Inland Type Foundry's Rockwell Antique, could also be viewed as a reworking of a slab serif types that were popular in Europe at that time, like Memphis or Beton. For the past 150 years, slab serif types (sometimes called Egyptian or Egyptienne-style faces) have been a popular choice for headline text in newspapers, magazines, and advertising.
More related documents:
Font Designer: Morris Fuller Benton – About the Designer

Stymie

Desktop fonts

6 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Stymie™ Light
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Stymie™ Medium
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Stymie™ Bold
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Stymie™ Black
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Stymie™ Medium Condensed
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Stymie™ Bold Condensed
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