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Toshna


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Toshna is a classic garaldic typeface family offering three real optical type sizes. The Display weight for titles and headlines is kept very tall, thin and graceful. The Book weight for body text is drawn essentially wider, with robust, bold details. The punctuations and accents serve the demands of body text. They are substantially bigger and more legible.

Toshna specimen


I wanted to design a text typeface, a book garaldic on classical footing for our time. Not fashionable, but with new elements and shapes, fair, clear and well readable.

With these words Hellmuth Tschörtner describes his typeface, the Tschörtner-Antiqua, with was published in 1955 as foundry type as well as for Linotype linecasting machines. It should remain the sole typeface of this lettering artist and book designer. Besides the expensive new development of the generally vowed Garamond by Herbert Thannhaeuser, his typeface was one of the first new typefaces of the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). The design reflects the zeitgeist of text typefaces published around that time, standing in one line next to text typefaces by Hermann Zapf and Georg Trump.

 







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