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Glyph example typeface: Walbaum 12PT Regular
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Non-Latin - Greek and Coptic
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The Walbaum family designed by Charles Nix, Carl Crossgrove, and Juan Villanueva is a modern serif design that can be used in a wide variety of placements from micro caption text to massive headlines. Where other moderns preach austerity, Walbaum projects warmth—making it ideal for brands seeking a large type family that blends high style and approachability.
Walbaum was designed with a full range of size-specific cuts, from 6 to 96 point, with tailored weight and contrast for maximum legibility, utility, and impact. In addition to the huge range of weights and sizes, the family contains two decorative display cuts and an uncommonly generous host of ornaments.
Charles Nix is a designer, typographer, and educator. He has designed hundreds of books and typefaces, and for more than 20 years, taught at the Parsons School of Design, where he also served as Chairman of Communication Design. He is also Chairman emeritus of the board of the Type Directors Club, an international organization dedicated to furthering typographic excellence. He is a Senior Type Designer at Monotype.
Carl Crossgrove is a lifelong student and enthusiast in letterform arts. Starting with calligraphy, he studied lettering styles and technique, along with many other book and graphic arts, concentrating on printmaking. He earned a degree in printing from RIT and joined Monotype where he is a Senior Type Designer. He has designed typefaces for a variety of environments in a range of language systems, and has taught Type Design at [email protected] West.
Juan Villanueva is a Brooklyn-based typeface designer, lettering artist, and educator. Originally from Peru, he grew up in Clifton, NJ and has a BFA in Graphic Design, Illustration and Animation from Montclair State University. He is a proud graduate of the [email protected] Extended Program. He currently spends his days designing typefaces at Monotype and teaching typography at The City College of New York. He has also taught graphic design at the Cooper Union Summer Art Intensive Program. He is an active member of AIGA/NY, and is also on the board of the Type Directors Club and the Society of Scribes in New York City.