Letraset
Letraset
Letraset The Letraset business was founded in London in 1959. Letraset announced its instant lettering dry transfer product in 1960. This was the first ever sheet of “Dry Transfer”— the product with which Letraset has become synonymous. Dry Transfers represented a true revolution in graphic design — lettering could be done quickly and easily by anyone and demand was enormous. What could so easily have become a “gimmick” became an essential design tool. Letraset always ran an adventurous letter design program and from 1964 under the leadership of design director Colin Brignall, built a distinctive library of display typefaces. The rise of the Apple Macintosh and the wide availability of digital fonts brought about the inevitable decline of transfer lettering. Letraset quickly converted the best of its library into digital format and continues to this day to develop typefaces under the Fontek brand. Acquired by the Swedish Office Supplies Group Esselte A.B. in 1981 Letraset was subsequently divested to the company’s management team in June 2001. Today, Letraset provides a broad range of digital and traditional design products meeting both professional and non-professional requirements.
Letraset has 188 Fonts Available for Desktop, WebFont & Mobile App Licensing
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Spidercave
Spidercave
Mekanik
Mekanik
Squire
Squire
Algerian Condensed
Algerian Condensed
Prague
Prague
Van Dijk
Van Dijk
Elysium
Elysium
Regatta Condensed
Regatta Condensed
Xylo
Xylo
Design Font Attitudes
Design Font Attitudes
Orange
Orange
Dolmen
Dolmen
Vivaldi
Vivaldi
Design Font Calligraphic Ornaments
Etruscan
Etruscan
Design Font Diversions
Design Font Diversions
Marguerita
Marguerita
Spotlight
Spotlight
Design Font Naturals
Design Font Naturals
Axis Bold
Axis Bold
Informal Roman
Informal Roman
Design Font Wildlife
Design Font Wildlife
Champers
Champers
Design Font Industrials
Design Font Industrials
Gill Kayo Condensed
Gill Kayo Condensed
Aquitaine Initials
Aquitaine Initials
Digitek
Digitek
Hazel
Hazel
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