Amor Sans 8 styles
Storm Type Foundry
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Monumental inscriptional majuscule originally carved in stone, sometimes called "Roman Capital", is a craddle of upper-case part of latin alphabet. Its narrowed form, derived from handwritten original used between first to third century A. C., served as inspiration to typeface Mramor, which I have drawn with ink on paper in 1988 under Jan Solpera's leadership. After composing negative letters on a strip of film there was possible to use Mramor through first phototypesetting devices. In 1994 with the help of Macintosh IIvi I have made also lower-case letters and bolds, and issued this typeface as 14-font family. After some years of using Mramor for various purposes, I realized a need of modernization and humanizing its very fragile appearance, as well as removing of numerous decorative useless parts. Besides that, type design made a huge technical progress in past few years, so I was able to finish the remaining cca 9600 glyphs contained in the present font system names Amor Sans & Serif Pro.
Foundry Storm Type Foundry
Designers František Štorm
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