Designer: Rudolf Koch
Neuland is a German typeface that was designed in 1923 by Rudolf Koch for the Klingspor Type Foundry. Koch designed it by directly carving the type into metal. The original typeface thus had a great deal of variance between the sizes. It is often used today when an “exotic” or “primitive” look is desired, such as the logos for Trader Vic's, Natural American Spirit cigarettes, and the Jurassic Park films (which use the inline variant). It is also commonly seen in an African or African-American context. A common variant of Neuland (perhaps more common than the standard variety) is Neuland Inline.
Hidden Block (you must be registered and have 5 posts):You do not have sufficient rights to see the hidden data contained here.
Please push thanks. ^ _ ^