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Bernard Naudin

French illustrator, painter, and occasional type designer (b. Châteauroux 1876, d. Paris 1946) who taught drawing at the Académie Colas-Rossi in Paris, and was an active type designer at Deberny & Peignot from 1911-1924. He designed the extraordinarily beautiful Naudin Roman and Italic, and the open capitals typeface Naudin Champlevé between 1912 and 1927 at Fonderie Peignot Frères. These were accompanied by a series of ornaments called Le Jardin Abandonnée.

Naudin also designed Tradition (related to Nicolas Cochin), which formed the basis of the Scriptorium decorative script font family Interlude (2001). Naudin taught drawing at the Académie Colas-Rossi in Paris.

Champlevé was revived in 2006 by Ari Rafaeli. Woodley Park (2001, Nick Curtis) is also based on Naudin Champlevé.

Gert Wiescher's Nadine Script (2005) is a formal script based on Naudin's work.

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