Moyenage 14

Moyenage 14 Moyenage 14
details about the font
Name Moyenage 14 [wrong?]
Style Regular [wrong?]
category Venezianische Renaissance-Antiqua [wrong?]
designer(s) Storm František [wrong?]
foundry Storm Type Foundry [wrong?]
date released 2008 [wrong?]
details about the photo
author Nasibov
date February 04, 2012 – 16:14
place Am Kucksberg 11,
44227 Dortmund,

more information about the font

Blackletter typefaces follow certain fixed rules, both in respect to their forms and to the orthography.
Possibly, they were a reaction to the half-developed Carolingian minuscule which was soon to end in the Latin script. Narrow, ordered script was to replace the round, hesitant and shattered shapes of letters in order to simplify writing, to unify the meaning of individual letters, and to save some parchment, too. Opposed to the practice common in monasterial scriptoriums where Uncial, Irish and Carolingian inspiration flew freely and as a result, the styles of writing differed in each monastery, the blackletter type was to define one, common standard. It was to express spiritual verticality, in perfect tune with the architecture of the Gothic era. Typography became an integral part of the overall style of the period. The pointed arch and the blackletter type were the vanguard of the spectacular transformation from the Middle Ages towards the modern era, they were a celebration of a time when works of art were not signed by their makers yet.

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