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Korinna

The story of Korinna, a slightly art nouveau typeface designed by Berthold in 1904. Korinna and Korinna Bold were cut by Intertype in 1934. In 1974, Ed Benguiat and Victor Caruso created ITC Korinna, and made the design more popular. Ed writes: The goal was to keep the style and personality of the original German typeface, but make it more applicable to current tastes. The ITC Korinna font family doesn't fade into the background, and I like that. There was no italic design in the original, so I sat down for a month or two and just drew it and then decided to call it Korinna Kursiv rather than italic. I thought it sounded better!

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file name: I T C I T C Korinna 2000


file name: Adobe I T C Korinna 2000


file name: Soft Maker Korinth Serial 2010 213367


file name: Soft Maker Korinth Serial 2010 213368


file name: Soft Maker Korinth Serial 2010 213370


file name: Soft Maker Korinth Serial 2010 213371


file name: Soft Maker Korinth Serial 2010


file name: Castcraft O P T I Korinna Agency







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