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  • Reviving a blackletter font from 1916 using brass borders

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    I just couldn’t help myself: after Elfen-Fraktur and Krimhilde I started yet another blackletter revival project. While people still enjoy their designs, there is hardly any use for many German Fraktur typefaces nowadays. Their letter shapes are often just not legible enough for a broad use. So again, this revival is more a cultural project than a commercial endeavour. 
    I just couldn’t help myself: after Elfen-Fraktur and Krimhilde I started yet another blackletter revival project. While people still enjoy their designs, there is hardly any use for many German Fraktur typefaces nowadays. Their letter shapes are often just not legible enough for a broad use. So again, this revival is more a cultural project than a commercial endeavour. 

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