In the nineteen-twenties and early thirties, all forms of display typography flourished in Europe, and nowhere more than in Germany and Austria.
German poster design set a high creative standard, stimulating design of a marvelous group of sinuous and sparkling display letterforms.
Richard Lipton designed Bremen for Font Bureau after a set of freehand capitals on a poster designed by lettering artist Ludwig Holwein in 1922.
Among other uses, Bremen is recommended for Magazine and Corporate use.
21 January
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