Anisette font family

About Anisette font family

Systematic variation of Art Deco capitals in Cassandre’s posters led to Anisette. Rich contrasts in width and weight of hand-lettered geometry suggested a hidden typographic opportunity. In 1930, Deberny & Peignot released Banjo Initials, adapting a hairline weight for two widths of type. Jean-Francois Porchez completed the typographic system with a five-weight series of striking geometric beauty and great complexity
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Font Designer: Jean François Porchez

Anisette

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Anisette

5 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Anisette Thin -  2 variants
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Anisette Light -  2 variants
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Anisette Medium -  2 variants
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Anisette Bold -  2 variants
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Anisette Black -  2 variants
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