Auriol® font family


Designed by  Georges Auriol
Matthew Carter in 1979
Linotype Design Studio in 1979

About Auriol® font family

Auriol and Auriol Flowers were designed by Georges Auriol, born Jean Georges Huyot, in the early 20th century. Auriol was a French graphic artist whose work exemplified the art nouveau style of Paris in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In 1900, Georges Peignot asked Auriol to design fonts for Peignot & Sons. The resulting Auriol font was the basis for the lettering used by Hector Guimard for the entrance signs to the Paris Metro. It was re-released in 1979 with a new bold face, designed by Matthew Carter. These decorative fonts with a brush stroke look are well-suited to display settings.
More related documents:
Type Gallery: Auriol
Font Designer: Georges Auriol – About the Designer
Font Designer: Deberny & Peignot
Fonts by Inspiration: Ornaments, Figures & Funny

Auriol

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