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Recap of the lettering seen on a old brochure by Wendingen for the  "Internationale Theater Tentoonstelling Amsterdam 1922"

The brochure and letters were designed by:

"Hendricus Theodorus Wijdeveld" (4 october 1885 – 20 februari 1987).

As usual I completed the alphabet, but (since its mainly a display typeface) this time I used the punctuations to store some glyphs meant to be used for drawing ornamental decorations as seen on the original brochure design.


Original brochure as was designed by "Hendrik Wijdeveld".

Comment by Sed4tives 16th april 2018

1922? That's way ahead of its time! Very cool. The left side of C and G seem a bit too thick.

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 16th april 2018

I actually tried making my own version of this, as well.

Along side the Gamma.

Abandoned because of design difficulties.

Comment by Jack West 27th april 2018

@Jack West: Maybe we should co-op on something like this once.. :)

Comment by Sed4tives 27th april 2018

Wouldn't that be nice?

What would it be, though?

Comment by Jack West 27th april 2018

So many options, but I think we should do some classic modernist / avant garde style alphabet. Ill dig through some books tonight to get us something cool..

Comment by Sed4tives 27th april 2018

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