- General info
- Available languages
- Background story
Supports up to 90 languages.
Please select a format to view the available languages:
Supports up to 20 OpenType features.
Please select a format to view the available OpenType features:
Oswald Cooper is best known for his emblematic Cooper Black™ typeface. Although he was responsible for several other fonts of roman design, Cooper never drew a sans serif typeface.
But that didn’t stop George Ryan from creating one. Ryan saw a sans serif example of Cooper’s lettering in an old book and decided that it deserved to be made into a typeface. Ryan’s initial plan was to make a single-weight typeface that closely matched the slender and condensed proportions of the original lettering. While the resulting Oz Handicraft™ typeface proved to be very popular, Ryan was not satisfied with the limited offering. So, between other projects – and over many years – Ryan worked on expanding the design’s range.
The completed family includes light, semi bold and bold weights to complement the original design, plus a matching suite of four “wide” designs, which are closer to normal proportions.
Fonts of Oz Handicraft include a Pan-European character set that supports most Central European and many Eastern European languages.
Download a free trial
Use this font in your own documents with a free 5 minute trial through SkyFonts. Trials are for evaluation purposes only. Learn more.
This font is currently not available.
You already tried this font within the last 24 hours or you may have exceeded your daily allowance of trials. Learn more.