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Willerstorfer Font Foundry [Stefan Willerstorfer]

Willerstorfer Font Foundry (est. 2010) is an independent font foundry based in Vienna, Austria, established by Stefan Willerstorfer, who was born in Vienna in 1979. Stefan Willerstorfer obtained a Masters of Design degree (in type design) at the Royal Academy of Art (Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten, or KABK), and a Master of Arts degree (in information design) at the University of Reading, UK. He created the workhorse sans family Acorde from 2005-2010. Acorde won an award at D&AD 2011.

In 2014, Willerstorfer published the transitional text typeface family Sindelar.

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