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  • Riccardo Sartori

    ”Suzana Licko wanted to try her hand at an old style stress design, but found the curves difficult to draw with the relatively primitive font tools of the day. […] This inspired the designer to construct her new typeface with straight line segments instead of curves; approximating each curve by a series of tangent polylines.”


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    Where this entry is used: Serif, but no curves allowed




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