Fleisch Font Family by Delve Fonts

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About: This blackletter pair has the same weight, similar proportions and is inspired by lettering that the designer, Joachim Müller-Lancé recalls from child­hood. For example, the 1950’s “Fleischer­fach­geschäft” logo of the German Butchers Guild. Fleisch also harks back to German 1920’s typefaces, droll picture books, newspaper advertising, cigar box labels and such. A bit of a remix, Fleisch is not based on any particular era, region or style of black­letter.

The capital letters of many blackletter variants are too ornate to be set in all-caps — now that’s an obvious, classic taboo but still annoying all the same. Therefore, Fleisch’s uppercase is simplified and ‘romanized’ to maintain legibility in those tartare settings. In addition to the lining and oldstyle figures, Fleisch offers native black­letter shapes for the alternates of a, k, x, z, and Z, while the basic alphabet has more romanized shapes.

Reach for Fleisch as a fresh alternative to the more traditional blackletter styles to breathe new life into your logos and layouts. Use it for greeting cards, food packaging, beer labels, and more.

Tags: Blackletter, Font, Historical, Modern Blackletter

Purchase Options

1-5 Users | $59.00


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