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Riccardo Sartori

A typeface family is an accomplishment on the order of a novel, a feature film screenplay, a computer language design and implementation, a major musical composition, a monumental sculpture, or other artistic or technical endeavors that consume a year or more of intensive creative effort.


Charles Bigelow
Source: TUGboat, Vol. 7 (1986), No. 3





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