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Jérôme Bruley

In 2014, Jérôme Bruley was studying design in Lille, France. In that same year, he created a Bauhaus-style typeface called LMVDR, which is named after Mies Van Der Rohe, architect and director of the Bauhaus school, on who's work the font is based. In particular, the piano key glyphs are inspired by the German Pavillion in Barcelona (1929). He also created Sail Font (2014) and the free AI format watercolor brush typeface Bud Powell (2015).

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