Foundry: Daniel Pelavin
An adaptation of the lettering of Gustav Klimt on his poster for the 1st Vienna Secession exhibition in 1898. It is named for the poet Rainer Maria Rilke, a contemporary of Klimt's. Its subtle curving strokes and the idiosyncratic set of the various characters create an elegant lightness which lends itself well to poetry, inscription and titling.
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