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Ruling Script was designed in 1992 by Gottfried Pott, noted German calligrapher and teacher. Ruling Script is unmistakable in its design with its rough edges visible at large sizes and tiny underlining penstrokes added to the serifs of several capitals and a few lowercase letters. The letters are full of action, giving resonance to any copy set with Ruling Script. Use Ruling Script for stationery, invitations, and announcements.
Sho was designed in 1992 by Karlgeorg Hoefer. Sho is a script typeface that looks like it was designed with the brushstrokes of Japanese calligraphy in mind. It is a bold, very upright script with distinctive ball shapes that replace some serif terminals and the counter of the lowercase a. Sho makes an ideal typeface for any display work requiring a bold statement.
Wiesbaden Swing is an unpretentious, yet vibrant script design that was designed in 1992 by Rosemarie Kloos-Rau. Wiesbaden Swings considerable vitality and motion is due to the left leaning of the letters, even though the shapes are little more than basic pen strokes. Wiesbaden Swing can be used anywhere that informal handwriting is appropriate, such as cafe menus, or to set short advertising copy. Kloos-Rau also designed a set of charming pictures to complement her playful script. They were first released by Linotype-Hell AG in 1996 as Weisbaden Swing Dingbats. While they work naturally with their companion face, Weisbaden Swing Dingbats have a childlike freshness that can illustrate and personalize messages set in many other typefaces as well. Memos, letters, games, and packaging can all communicate more clearly with just the right Kloos-Rau dingbat.
Sho is a trademark of Linotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.
Wiesbaden Swing is a trademark of Linotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.
Ruling Script is a trademark of Linotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.