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LUC DEVROYE


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Commercial Japanese font outfit, involved in various font activities. Their fonts are featured at and sold by P22 in the Font Pavilion CD series. Each set features several Roman and Katakana fonts in TrueType for Windows and PostScript for Macintosh. Of particular interest is the DPI72 series, all screen pixel fonts in type 1 format:

  • Eriko Tomita: 10GIRLS series (1999), JISBIT11 series (1999).
  • Takafumi Miyadima: 4030STARCH (1999).
  • Kato Masashi of FLOP Design: AMI-alp and AMI-kat (1999).
  • Masahito Hanzawa of Power Graphix: ASTROCREEP-7pt (1999), Eightball-8pt (1999).
  • Takuya Sato: BrokeBack series (1999), Pastel (1999).
  • Yuji Adachi: CODE14X (1999), DryBones7 (1999), Tempo9 (1999).
  • Taku Anekawa of Param: Dannybitman-7pt, DingBit-FreeSoul, DoshinFont.
  • Yosiro: Echo8 (1999), Riddim7 (1999), Vibes10 (1999).
  • Hideaki Ohtani of fontgraphic.com: F2-BoldScriptALP, F2-BoldScriptKT, F2-ScriptALP, F2-ScriptKT.
  • Hyperion Graphics: GIGANTIC-9 (1999), HELLFIRE series (roman, katakana, 1999), Inferno series (roman and kata, 1999), Starlight9 (1999).
  • Sasuri\245Vivs: Kyosen-TsukaenaiMappo (1999).
  • Atsushi Aoki: PointN (1999).
  • Masayuki Sato of Maniackers Design: Zerozero series (2000).

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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