Introducing Brinkhuis

22 September, 2016  |   No comments

ReType Foundry proudly introduces Brinkhuis. This typeface is a liberal interpretation of the Art-Deco lettering found on several facades of the famous avant-garde Betondorp neighborhood located in Watergraafsmeer, Amsterdam. The original letters were probably designed by the Dutch architect Dick Greiner.

Paula Mastrangelo fixed many inconsistencies in the original model, completely redefined several letters, added punctuation marks, and turned a simple alphabet into a striking typeface, suitable for designing outstanding posters, book covers, logos, and so on.

For a limited period Brinkhuis is offered at a 35% introductory discount. As a ReType exclusive, Brinkhuis won’t be available from any type distributor’s website.


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