Type Revival | Lutetia
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    This typeface is an effect of three months excercise during the Type and Media course at KABK. Lutetia was designed tas a commission from Ensched… Read More
    This typeface is an effect of three months excercise during the Type and Media course at KABK. Lutetia was designed tas a commission from Enschedé by Jan van Krimpen. The drawings of the typeface were ready in the middle of 1924 and first cut and cast in 16 point size in the Enschedé Type Foundry. For the first time the typeface was used in the book dedicated to the exhibition that took place in Paris in 1925. Therefore the name Lutetia reffers to the Roman name of Paris. Read Less
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