LinoLetter 2011/06

Swiss made: Neue Haas Grotesk and Sinova

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Christian Schwartz’s authentic Neue Haas Grotesk
Sinova, the simple humanist sans
Two various‚ suitable fonts from the Opal family
Rock am Ring 2011 – the fonts behind the music
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Christian Schwartz’s authentic Neue Haas Grotesk

Neue Haas Grotesk
Christian Schwartz, award-winning type designer, releases Neue Haas Grotesk™ font family. The forms will be familiar to most, but this is something quite special.
Click here to learn why you’ll want to take a much closer look at this extra special digital revival.

Sinova, the simple humanist sans

Swiss designer Christian Mengelt’s Sinova™ 10-font family is a versatile, no-nonsense humanist sans serif typeface, with broad-language support.
Click here to see Sinova in action.

Two various‚ suitable fonts from the Opal family

Opal Value Pack
The celebrations continue with another great Anniversary Value Pack. This month, to mark the 125th anniversary of the Linotype casting machine, we present the Opal™ Value Pack. Two fonts from German designer Hannes von Döhren’s Opal family: Opal Regular and Opal Script. What’s more, in celebration of Linotype’s 125th anniversary, this Value Pack is available through to the end of 2011. Available at an 80% discount, this special Anniversary Value Pack is an ideal opportunity to take these two great faces for a test drive.
Looking for something that works for both text and display, something a little different? Then take a closer look at the Opal family.

Rock am Ring 2011 – the fonts behind the music

Rock am Ring 2011 – the fonts behind the music
Rock am Ring is a popular annual, three-day music event held at Nürburgring in Germany: we take a closer look at the true rock stars of the show: the fonts, of course.
Join us as we reveal the types behind the music.

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Corey Holms, new on Linotype

Corey Holmes, new on Linotype
We’re proud to announce some new additions to the Linotype library from designer Corey Holms. A number of display type, from the Brea family, an unusual marriage of Old English and dot matrix, to Babbage, a typewriter font; and Granule, a bold, compact, rounded, display type.
Be sure to check out the rest of Coreys Holms types.
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