Barbedor™ font family


Designed by Hans Eduard Meier in 1987

About Barbedor™ font family

The Swiss designer Hans Eduard Meier originally designed Barbedor for the Hell Digiset machine. Barbedor is based on handwritten humanist book scripts of the 15th century, and its chracters are typical of the style of those made by broad tipped pens. Tiny serif-like elements reveal the line of the writing utensil and emphasize the nature of this typeface. Classic and legible, Barbedor is a clear, harmonious typeface and an excellent choice for longer body texts. Its large choice of weights offers variety, which makes the typeface suitable for multiple design applications. Meier has created several designs for Linotype, including the renowned typeface Linotype Syntax™ type family."
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Font Designer: Hans Eduard Meier

Barbedor

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Barbedor

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