Burlington™ Schriftfamilie

Entworfen von Alan Meeks (1985)

Über Burlington™ Schriftfamilie

Burlington was designed by Alan Meeks in 1985 and is a decorative typeface in the neoclassical style of the middle of the 19th century. Characteristic of faces from this time is the low x-height, which makes the font look as though it is reaching upward. This combined with the white areas in the strokes give Burlington a light, airy feel. The elegant Burlington is particularly good for headlines and can also be used for short texts in point sizes of 12 or larger.
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Typo-Galerie: Burlington
Schriften-Designer: Alan Meeks



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