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Frank K. Lüdicke

German type designer Frank K. Lüdicke designed Ramses, letters in the shape of hieroglyphs. He studied with Karlgeorg Hoefer (who would write with anything) and with Kurt Wolff (in Düsseldorf), and later learned Japanese calligraphic art. Ramses is now available from Elsner&Flake. At URW++, he designed the commercial dingbat font FunnyNature (1999) and the handwriting fonts Yoriko (2019: oriental brush emulation), Liaison (2015), FontForum Katie (2008) and Lüdickital (2002).

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file name: Font Forum Yoriko 2019 289801 002


file name: Frank Luedicke Funny Nature 2002


file name: Frank Luedicke Funny Nature 1999


file name: Frank Luedicke Katie 2008


file name: Frank Luedicke Liaison 2015


file name: Frank Luedicke Liaison 2015


file name: Frank Luedicke Luedickital 2002







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