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Herbert Lindinger

Herbert Lindinger (b. 1933, Wels, Austria) was an industrial and graphic designer at the Ulm School of Design in Ulm, Germany. In operation from 1953 to 1968, this school was very influential in design education. He is known for designing several trains and trams, such as the TW 6000 in Germany. The logo of the University of Hannover was designed by him. Since 1971, he was professor and director at the Institute of Industrial Design at the Leibniz University Hannover.

Lindinger designed the monospaced typefaces Sirio (12 pitch) and Ulm (10 pitch) for Olivetti's typewriters. For a digital revival of Sirio, we refer to Josh Young's Sirio (2014). Additional link.

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file name: Olivetti Ulm Candia Sirio Pica


file name: Josh Young Sirio 2014 after Herbert Lindinger Olivetti Sirio


file name: Josh Young Sirio 2014 after Herbert Lindinger Olivetti Sirio


file name: Josh Young Sirio 2014 after Herbert Lindinger Olivetti Sirio


file name: Josh Young Sirio 2014 after Herbert Lindinger Olivetti Sirio


file name: Josh Young Sirio 2014 after Herbert Lindinger Olivetti Sirio


file name: Josh Young Sirio 2014 after Herbert Lindinger Olivetti Sirio


file name: Josh Young Sirio 2014 after Herbert Lindinger Olivetti Sirio


file name: Josh Young Sirio 2014 after Herbert Lindinger Olivetti Sirio


file name: Herbert Lindinger Pic







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