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The typeface Typewriter 1950 Tech Mono is designed for the Typo Graphic Design font foundry in 2017 by Manuel Viergutz. A display slab serif type for headlines. Based on an old typewriter machine from 1950. Plus state-of-the-art OpenType-features like contextual alternates (calt), decorative ligatures (dlig). Type the word “LOVE” for ❤ and the word “SMILE” for ☺ and Versal Eszett (German Capital Sharp S).
For use in magazines, posters, headlines and advertisement, plus as webfont for decorative headlines.
Character Set: Latin Extended (Adobe Latin 3).
1490 glyphs with 290+ extra icons like arrows, dingbats, symbols, geomatric shapes, catchwords and many alternative letters. (5× A–Z, 5× a–z, 5× 0–9)
Have fun with this font & use the DEMO-FONT (with reduced glyph-set) FOR FREE!
■ Font Name: Typewriter 1950 Tech Mono
■ Font Weights: Regular + Negative + Black + Mono + Icons + DEMO (with reduced glyph-set)
■ Font Category: Slab Serif Display for Headline Size
■ Font-Format: .otf (OpenType Font for Mac + Win) + .woff
■ Glyph Set: 1490 glyphs (Adobe Latin 3)
■ Language Support: 28+ for Latin Extended (Adobe Latin 3). 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: 290+ decorative extras like icons for arrows, dingbats, emojis, symbols, geometric shapes, catchwords + German Capital Eszett.
Open Type Features: Kerning (kern), Stylistic Set 1 (ss01) … Stylistic Set 6 (ss06), Ornaments (ornm), Titling (titl), Localized Forms (locl), Subscript (subs) Superscript (sups), Ordinals (ordn), Oldstyle Figures (onum), Lining Figures (lnum), Fractions (frac), Denominators (dnom), Numerators (numr), Standard Ligatures (liga), Contextual Alternates (calt) e. g. Stylistic Set-Loop and Decorative Ligatures (dlig) e. g. type the word “LOVE” for ❤ or “SMILE” for ☺
■ Design Date: 2017–2018
■ Type Designer: Manuel Viergutz