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Erik van Blokland

Erik van Blokland (1967) studied Graphic and Typographic Design at the Royal Academy for Fine and Applied Arts in The Hague, Holland. Erik started to collaborate with Just van Rossum under the name LetTeRror in Berlin, while working at MetaDesign. After experimenting with computer programming in connection to type design, they came up with Beowolf, the first typeface with a mind of its own. It was released by FontShop in July, 1990. The radical approach of Beowolf caused a lot of publicity for LeTterRor, and of course fame and fortune. Well, fame anyway. After stints at several places in the world, including David Berlow’s FontBureau, van Blokland settled in The Hague as an independent designer, working together separately with van Rossum. Their work now includes type design, illustration, magazines, corporate design, interactive design, animation, music, and websites. And lectures.
Erik van Blokland (1967) studied Graphic and Typographic Design at the Royal Academy for Fine and Applied Arts in The Hague, Holland. Erik started to collaborate with Just van Rossum under the name LetTeRror in Berlin, while working at MetaDesign. After experimenting with computer programming in connection to type design, they came up with Beowolf, the first typeface with a mind of its own. It was released by FontShop in July, 1990. The radical approach of Beowolf caused a lot of publicity for LeTterRor, and of course fame and fortune. Well, fame anyway. After stints at several places in the world, including David Berlow’s FontBureau, van Blokland settled in The Hague as an independent designer, working together separately with van Rossum. Their work now includes type design, illustration, magazines, corporate design, interactive design, animation, music, and websites. And lectures.

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  1. FF Trixie HD Pro Light

    FF Trixie HD Pro Light

     

    by FontFont

    Multiformat
     | 1 font | $79
  2. FF BeoSans

    FF BeoSans

     

    by FontFont

    Multiformat
     | 20 fonts | $85
  3. Axel SC Regular Web

    Axel SC Regular Web

     

    by FontShop AG

    1 font | $25.50
  4. Axel SC Bold Web

    Axel SC Bold Web

     

    by FontShop AG

    1 font | $25.50
  5. Axel Bold Web

    Axel Bold Web

     

    by FontShop AG

    1 font | $25.50
  6. FF Kosmik Pro Bold

    FF Kosmik Pro Bold

     

    by FontFont

    Multiformat
     | 1 font | $65
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