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ITC Einhorn™ font family

Designed by  Alan Meeks in 1980

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Supports at least 56 languages (Com / OT TTF)

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Supports up to 67 languages.

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Supports up to 10 OpenType features.

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Einhorn is a peculiar typeface. Difficult to classify, this upright, bold, script-like semi serif typeface was designed in 1980 by Alan Meeks. Meeks was inspired by the art nouveau period, and may have been trying to liven up the design scene. In 1980, typefaces like Helvetica and Univers were ubiquitous, and the digital revolution was still years away. Experimental faces like Einhorn helped fill the gap for creative designers looking for untraditional choices in which to set headlines and advertising work. The merit of pioneer display faces like Einhorn have never lessened; Einhorn still sets a mean display text, and works great in logos and other corporate ID solutions.

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ITC Einhorn™ Regular

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