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Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch

Spanish Lecturer and Language Lab Director at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga, TN. During his studies in Auburn, AL, Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch (b. 1985) who was working on an extension of the Berling family of fonts for other scripts, including Homeric Greek (polytonic), Golden Age Spanish, Old Church Slavonic, Anglo-Saxon, Vietnamese, and Armenian. See here. He also made the wonderful high-ascendered lively serif family Coruna (2007) and the accompanying Coruna Fraktur (2007).

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file name: Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch Berling for Homeric Greek 2007


file name: Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch Coruna 2007


file name: Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch Coruna 2007


file name: Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch Coruna Fraktur Antiqua 2007


file name: Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch Coruna Fraktur Antiqua 2007


file name: Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch Coruna Fraktur Antiqua 2007


file name: Matthew Stephen Stuckwisch Coruna Fraktur Antiqua 2007







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