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Rudolf Geyer

Austrian type designer, b. 1884, Vienna, d. 1972, Vienna. Painter of "primitive art" canvases and a commercial artist, noted for the design of books, calendars, diplomas and posters. Geyer worked as an in-house designer for the Zsolnay publishing house and, from 1942 to 1945, he taught at Graphischen Lehr und Versuchsanstalt in Vienna.

He created the Jugendstil font Weiner Grotesk, which was released by H Berthold AG of Berlin in 1912. That font was digitized as Darling Emily NF (Nick Curtis, 2009).

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file name: Nick Curtis Darling Enily N F 2009 after Rudolf Geyer Weiner Grotesk 1912







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