Miranda Roth graduated from Daemen College (Buffalo, NY) and joined P22 as an in-house type and graphic designer. Creator of these typefaces:
- HWT Antique Tuscan No.9 (2012, Hamilton Wood Type). The HWT explanation: A very condensed 19th century Tuscan style wood type design with a full character set with ligatures. This design was first shown by Wm H Page Co in 1859.
- Roman Extended Light (2012). A revival of No. 251 in the 1872 wood type catalog of Page Manufacturing Company.
- HWT Catchwords (2013).
- HWT Republic Gothic (2013, with Richard Kegler).
- LTC Athena (2013). A condensed art deco typeface. Based on drawings from the 1950s in the Baltotype material (and in particular, a 1955 font by George Battee called Athena). Baltotype was acquired ca. 1993 by Rich Hopkins, a printing historian.
- LTC Archive Ornaments (2014, with Richard Kegler).
- P22 Saarinen (2014). A set of eight architectural styles based on the lettering of Finnish American architect Eero Saarinen.
- LTC Goudy Initials (2005). Based on the original proofs of large sizes of Cloister Initials by Frederic Goudy.
- P22 Dearest Pro (by Christina Torre and Miranda Roth). Dearest is a distinct flowing script based on handwritten characters found in a 19th Century German book chronicling a history of the Middle Ages. Originally released in 2001 as a set containing two styles, Script and Swash, Dearest was expanded in 2014 as a pro font with several hundred new characters including support for Central European, Cyrillic and Greek languages.
Type designers ⦿
Type designers ⦿
Wood Type ⦿
Art deco typefaces ⦿
Dingbats (original) ⦿
Architectural lettering/typefaces ⦿
Ornamental caps typefaces ⦿
Tuscan fonts ⦿
Cyrillic type design ⦿
Handwriting fonts ⦿