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Digital Type Foundry [James Banner]

Digital Type Foundry is James Banner's (extinct) Seattle-based foundry that produced typefaces such as Angelic, Bamberg-Initials, Bamberg, Burton, Caxton-Initials, Daggers, Enochian, FetteFraktur, Fraktur, Futhark-Gothic, Futhark, Hebrew, Hermetica, Titling-Ornaments-1 and Turkish, around 1991-1992. Some fonts can be downloaded for free at Fontspace. He wrote: I started making fonts in 1988 and still produce work, although as it became more difficult to upload my work or share it using the University of Michigan FTP server, I haven't released much. Most recently, I issued the Geoffroy Tory initial letters as a Type 1 font and separately as EPS files as Freeware. I've produced 20-30 fonts since the DTF Volume Three bundle package came out.

The foundry disappeared. The licensing today is unclear.

Fontspace link. Old URL. Defunct URL.

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file name: James Banner D T F Fraktur 1991


file name: Digital Type Foundry Fette Fraktur


file name: James Banner Digital Type Foundry Bamberg 1991


file name: James Banner Digital Type Foundry Bamberg Initials 1991


file name: James Banner Digital Type Foundry Bamberg Initials 1991b


file name: James Banner Digital Type Foundry Burton 1991


file name: James Banner Digital Type Foundry Caxton 1991


file name: James Banner Digital Type Foundry Caxton 1991b







Luc Devroye ⦿ School of Computer Science ⦿ McGill University Montreal, Canada H3A 2K6 ⦿ lucdevroye@gmail.com ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org/fonts.html