TitleThe Lost Typography of Bauhaus
BriefDuring the 1920s and early 30s the iconic design institute Bauhaus laid the foundation for modern design. But the Nazis abruptly shut it down in 1932. Design treasures, including typefaces, were lost. Together with the Bauhaus Foundation and a team of typographers, led by legendary type designer Erik Spiekermann, five typefaces from the Bauhaus archives were recreated from sketches and made available for free download at Adobe Typekit.
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PostedNovember 2018
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