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Zachary Quinn Scheuren

American graduate from the type design program at the University of Reading in 2010. His graduation work included the design of two typefaces, Souriya Chrieng and Luqule. He explains: Souriya Chrieng is a Khmer typeface in the traditional slanted chrieng style. It is the beginning of a Khmer type family which will include both mul and upright styles. Simple yet sturdy elegance makes it light on the page and easy to read. The names Souriya and Luqule (from lucule, a luminous spot on the sun) suggest a clarity and simplicity in form and function. Meant for continuous text, both typefaces are unobtrusive and capable of handling many language features. Luqule Regular will be included in Souriya for full support of Khmer, Extended Latin, and Cyrillic. Speaker at ATypI 2011 in Reykjavik on the topic of Khmer printing types.

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