Font Designer – Daniel Pelavin

American designer Daniel Pelavin created the fonts ITC Anna™ (1991) and ITC Kulukundis™ (1997).
Daniel Pelavin designed ITC Anna for his wedding invitation and reused it on the birth announcement of his first child, Anna, whose namesake it is. The simple geometric forms and their proportions create a unique font appropriate for any special occasion.
ITC Kulukundis is a square, connecting script font which looks as though it could have been cast in shiny chrome for the side of a 1950s American roadster. Pelavin based his design very loosely on a vertical French script but the overall look is all his own. Unlike calligraphic scripts, the lower case letters all connect in exactly the same way and the straight diagonal junctures give the typeface its broad, spacious character and keep it locked into a continuous line. ITC Kulukundis could also be used to create a decorative border for special occasions.
ITC Anna and ITC Kulukundis are included in the Linotype Library.

Please take a look at the personal designer portrait of Daniel Pelavin.

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