Made by Peter Wiegel
Translated from the original German description: In 1898 the foundry Emil Gursch published the typeface Gloria. A font, with clear brushwork already hinting at Art Nouveau style. I believe this font is a good alternative for the quite overused font Arnold Böcklin. Unfortunately, I had to reinvent punctuation- and special characters for this font, since I wasn't able to find any original artwork in which these characters were displayed. Nevertheless, I believe that with my inventions also can live quite well.