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Linotype Cutter™ font family

Designed by  Georg John in 1997

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Supports at least 33 languages (Pro / OT CFF)

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Supports up to 69 languages.

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Supports up to 9 OpenType features.

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Linotype Cutter was designed by Georg John in 1997. As the name suggests, the font looks like it was cut out of black cardboard pieces. Each letter has a irregular rectangle black background and they combine to form heavy rows of letter elements. The strong contrasts of the font make it good for short headlines or initials in larger point sizes and combines well with almost any text font. Georg John made a second version of this theme called Linotype Schere (scissors) it is a companion typeface where the conturs of the letters are even rougher in its form.

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Linotype Cutter™ Schere

-  4 variants
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