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Re: Jenson type



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Kristi: If you check the Adobe web site (Adobe.com and do a search for
"Jensen"), you will find a wealth of information about the new type designs
and redesigns that they have introduced to the market, including much bio
information on the designers.

Katie




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> From: Kristi Austin <austkris@ISU.EDU>
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> Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 09:37:11 -0600
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> Subject: Jenson type
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> A new thread:
> I've been working on a paper on typography and have a tremendous amount
> of excellent material (book people love to write, don't they?), but
> haven't found anything recent on this, so I'm hoping some of you might
> have thoughts or ideas.
> Jenson's type design from the late 1400's has been deemed very beautiful
> by many throughout history, and has been oft-copied and even "improved"
> upon by some.  But the most recent work I've found was mid-20th
> century.  Do any of you know of any currently working type designers who
> are interested in Jenson and have made "new" Jenson faces?
>
> Thanks in advance for your time and interest.
> Sincerely,
> Kristi N. Austin
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