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The Letterbox [Stephen Banham]

Australian foundry and design studio, est. 1991, located in Melbourne. Fonts by Stephen Banham, an Australian graphic designer and writer, who was born in Melbourne in 1968. Banham has written and produced fourteen publications on typography, notably the Qwerty series (1991-96), the Ampersand series, Fancy (2004), and the Oblique series (2008). Since 2005 he has run a very successful public forum series on graphic design and typography known as Character. His typefaces: Bisque (2007, curly monoline connected script), Kevlar (inspired by 60s style audiotape logotype), Terital (2003, monoline connected script), Berber (2002, Caps and Regular; Niels Oeltjen is associated with this typeface in 2007, perhaps in an update), Gingham (thin artsy sans), Gaberdine (fat sans), Nylon (comic book style), Morice (2005, a collaboration between Morice Kastoun and Stephen Banham at Letterbox). E-store. Wiki. MyFonts link.

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file name: Stephen Banham Berber 2002 Niels Oeltjen 2007


file name: Stephen Banham Berber 2002 Niels Oeltjen 2007b







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