Linotype Rory™ font family


Designed by Tad Biernot in 1997

About Linotype Rory™ font family

Linotype Rory oblique is part of the Take ype Library, selected from contestants of Linotype's International Digital Type Design Contests of 1994 and 1997. The font was designed by Canadian Tad Biernot with strictly constructed forms. The similarly formed figures seem mechanically created and their light slant gives the impression of strenght and dynamism. Linotype Rory oblique should only be used in the shorter texts of headlines in larger point sizes.
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Font Designer: Tad Biernot

Linotype Rory

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Linotype Rory

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