Danish foundry founded in 1997 by ex-graduates from the Denmark Design School and the Royal Art Academy. They designed a lot for corporations, such as for Framfab (Point Sans and Point Serif), the Danish Film Institute (Millton, 1998), the Källemo catalogue (Källemo) and the Danish State Archive, and are the main competitor of Kontrapunkt. After the ATypI meeting in Denmark in 2001, I learned that this is one of Denmark's main foundries. Based in Copenhagen, it sells fonts by its founders:
Jazz is a free font of the month at TypOasis. Press won an award at the TDC2 2003 competition. In 2006, they open a sub-foundry called Playtype. Alternate URL. Types at Playtype are shown without mention of who the designers are---here is a list as of 2007: Access (sans), Access Code, Bingo Sans and Serif, Bon (pixelish), Cable, CVendia, Contribute, Danmark Serif and Book, Deluca (roman), Fletch (sans), GT (sans), iD:00 (Sans, Serif and Slab Serif), Italian Plate, Julius, Laura, MDD, Mega+ (sans), Millton (sans), Movie (condensed headline sans), New-Press (heavy slab serif), Ninetysix K (sans), Point (Mono, Sans and Serif), Premiere (sans), Symphony (roman), Primo Sans and Serif, Press Sans and Serif, Trood (octagonal), Underton Sans and Serif, Zetta Sans and Serif.
- Jonas Hecksher: Cendia (1997), DenmarkSerif (1998), Mega (1999), Olic (1999), Point Sans (1999), Point Serif (1999), Underton (1998), Movie (2001, a very black sans), iD:00 (2001, a sans), Fletch (1998, a sans), DeLuca (Bodoni-like, 2001), NinetySix K (2001, a serif).
- Jens Kajus: Premiere (2001, a sans).
- Rasmus Koch.
- Rasmus Drucker Ibfelt.
- Marie Lübecker.
- Adrian Täckman.
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