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The typeface Brush Poster Grotesk is designed in 2017 for the children exhibition 1,2,3 Kultummel from Labyrinth Kindermuseum Berlin by xplicit, Berlin (Annette Wüsthoff, Alexander Branczyk, Mascha Wansart (illustrations)). Manuel Viergutz extended the font with some further glyphs & extras. The rough sans serif display typeface is created analogous by hand and brush.
875 glyphs incl. 150+ decorative extras like arrows, dingbats, emojis, symbols, geometric shapes, catchwords, decorative ligatures (type the word LOVE for ❤ or SMILE for ☺ as OpenType-Feature dlig) and stylistic alternates (3+ stylistic sets). For use in logos, magazines, posters, advertisement plus as webfont for decorative headlines. The font works best for display size.
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Font In Use
■ Font Name: Brush Poster Grotesk
■ Font Weights: Regular + Misprint + EXTRAS (Illustration) + DEMO (with reduced glyph-set)
■ Font Category: Display for headline size
■ Font Format: .otf (OpenType Font for Mac + Win) + .ttf (TrueType Font)
■ Glyph Set: 875 glyphs
■ Language Support: 28+ for extended Latin. Afrikaans, Albanian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portugese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanisch, Swedish, Turkish, Zulu
■ Specials: 150+ decorative extras like arrows, dingbats, emojis, symbols, geometric shapes, catchwords, decorative ligatures (type the word “LOVE” for ❤ or “SMILE” for ☺ as OpenType-Feature dlig ) and stylistic alternates (3+ stylistic sets), German Capital Eszett
■ Design Date: 2017
■ Type Designer: Annette Wüsthoff, Manuel Viergutz, Alexander Branczyk, Mascha Wansart (Illustration)
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TYPE SPECIMEN | Brush Poster Grotesk