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Linotype Library ad in U&lc, 1992

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Sep 7th, 2012. Artwork published in 1992.
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U&lc, Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring 1992. License: All Rights Reserved.

Over the last 100 years type has been forged from molten lead, exposed on film, drawn by laser beams. Through it all there’s been a way to recognize an honest face.

Fact: When Adobe needed a large collection of prestigious typefaces, they chose the Linotype Library.

Suggestion: Why don’t you do what Adobe did?

linotype-in-ulc-1992-2.jpg
U&lc, Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring 1992. License: All Rights Reserved.
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U&lc, Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring 1992. License: All Rights Reserved.

2 Comments on “Linotype Library ad in U&lc, 1992”

  1. Sep 7th, 2012  8:22 am
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    It’s not clear what the photograph on the second page represents. Is it a young Adobe hitching a ride on the classic, authentic Linotype Library?

  2. Sep 7th, 2012  5:47 pm
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    Ha! I think you may be right.

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