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Prototype Experimental Foundry [Charles S. Wilkin]

Commercial foundry, est. 1994 in Brooklyn by Charles Wilkin (b. Buffalo, NY). Designers selling their fonts through them include

  • Charles Wilkin: Sequence, Policy, Velvet (1995, also at Plazm), Superchunk (which includes funny Picasso-esque dingbats of typefaces), Spin (1994), Spaceboy, Hi-Light (2002, an upright script family), Poly Anna (2001), Phink, DeScripto (grunge calligraphy), Decline, Broken, Dink (1994), Euphoria, Fatboy, Interstate60, MagnetoHalfSerif, PJCT (2003, sans).
  • John Wiese: Halo, Petulia, Cat Woman, Caitanya.
  • Robert Beck: Table Manners.
  • Frank Ford: Ghetto Prince (calligraphic grunge script).
  • 52mm: Kaiju (Hebrew simulation font).
  • Keith Tatum: Gliche.

Free fonts by Charles Wilkin: Creep (1995), Cypher (1997), Nude (1995), Pixely (2002).

Alternate URL. At MyFonts. Dafont link. Personal web site.

View Charles Wilkin's typefaces.

EXTERNAL LINKS
Prototype Experimental Foundry
 [Buy fonts]
 [Designer info]
Dafont page
Klingspor Museum page
MyFonts search
Monotype search
Fontspring search
Google search

INTERNAL LINKS
Commercial fonts (small outfits) ⦿ Sites with only a few free fonts ⦿ Pixel/bitmap fonts ⦿ Calligraphic typefaces ⦿ Dingbats (original) ⦿ Experimental type ⦿ Type scene in Ohio ⦿ Type scene in New York ⦿ Typefaces related to Pablo Picasso ⦿ Type designers ⦿ Type designers ⦿








file name: Charles Wilkin Hi Light 2002


file name: Charles Wilkin Superchunk 1996







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