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Looseleaf Fonts [Nathanael Bonnell]

Nathanael Bonnell studied in Cincinnati, OH, and set up the Looseleaf Fonts commercial foundry in 2012 in Wyoming, OH. Before that, he created Cyril, a Cyrillic typeface. Creator of the retro minimalist geometric beauty Yoshiko (2006)---disregard the typophiles' comments, because this one is going to live a glorious life. His third project, Salamander (2006), a classic roman with a luscious italic to boot, is another winner. However, probably because of pressure from Linotype, which owns the name Linotype Salamander, the latter font was renamed Newt. In 2009, Newt Serif was published by Cabinet Type / Veer.

In 2010 he published the angular flared Solveig family. Solveig Text and Solveig Display followed in 2013.

The Looseleaf Foundry published the serifed typeface Walleye (2013), which covers Latin, Cyrillic and Greek.

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file name: Nathanael Bonnell Walleye 2013


file name: Nathanael Bonnell Walleye Bold 2013


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file name: Nathanael Bonnell Newt Serif 2009


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file name: Nathanael Bonnell Newt Serif Bold 2009


file name: Nathanael Bonnell Newt Serif Demi 2009


file name: Nathanael Bonnell Newt Serif Light 2009


file name: Nathanael Bonnell Solveig 2010


file name: Nathanael Bonnell Solveig Display 2013


file name: Nathanael Bonnell Solveig Text 2013


file name: Nathanael Bonnell Solveig Bold 2013







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