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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.

Info: Created on 16th April 2018 . Last edited on 14th September 2018.
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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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