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LUC DEVROYE


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E.V. Norat II

American designer, b. 1945, of these typefaces:

  • 914 (2009). A techno sans family modeled after Porsche's logo.
  • NPS 1935 (2008). An art deco typeface that was used on numerous posters/prints made for the National Park Service (NPS) and the Works Progress Administration (WPA) during the years of Depression era, ca. 1935. NPS Signage 1945 (2010). Revival of an art deco type of font that is used since 1916 on numerous signs/signage within national parks of the USA.
  • Railroad Roman 1916 (2010).
  • Redring 1969 (2008, sans).
  • Teletype 1945-1985 (2008-2013). He writes: This typewriter-based, serif, mono-spaced font is similar, but not exactly, to the actual Teletype typeboxes. These were used initially by the Civil Aviation Agency (CAA) right after World War II (later reorganized as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)) in the various electro-mechanical Teletype (TTY / TWX) machines. These teletypes machines were used by Air Traffic Controllers at over 360+ Flight Service Stations facilities, the U.S. Weather Bureau/Stations, International weather stations, military and many other facilities throughout the world primarily for weather reporting/dissemination purposes and for occasional communication purposes.

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file name: E V Norat Redring1969 2008


file name: E V Norat Teletype1945 1985 2008


file name: E V Norat N P S Signage1945 2010


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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