Giacometti™ font family
Designed by Sine Bergmann in 1994
This font was a winning entry in Linotype's 1st International Type Design Contest in 1994. Bergmann went on to create a second font of ornaments in an identical style, called Linotype Festtagsfont. In Linotype Festtagsfont, the stick figures from Linotype Giacometti Pi celebrate common holidays in uncommon ways. Use the two fonts together for best effect!"
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Windows menu name: GiacomettiLL
PostScript name: GiacomettiLL
PostScript full name: GiacomettiLL
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