An “architectural” typeface, ©1999 by Nick Curtis. All Rights Reserved.
This font was inspired by an advertisement designed by A. Erdmann in 1920, reproduced to the right. The font consists of two complete alphabets and sets of numerals, as well as separate spaces, filigree elements and a very limited set of punctuation. The stroke width of the small size letters is twice that of the large size letters, so that when the small letters are set at one-half the point size of the large letters, their line weights appear to be identical. To the right are step-by-step instructions on how the graphic was produced.