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Anton Janson och Miklós Kis.

Walter Falk

Anton Janson och Miklós Kis.

by Walter Falk

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Janson, Anton.,
  • Tótfalusi Kis, Miklós.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 64-70
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20214784M

      Although it was believed to stem from the Dutch Baroque age, the font family was actually proven to belong to an Transylvanian punchcutter called Miklos Totfalusi Kis, a priest and punchcutter. Its name remained Janson, from Anton Janson, a punchcutter from . Download Kis Antiqua Now TB Pro Font Family From Elsner+Flake In the course of the re-vitalization of its Typoart typeface inventory, Elsner+Flake decided in to offer the “Kis Antiqua” by Hildegard Korger, in a re-worked form and with an extended sortiment, as an OpenType Pro-version.

      Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. Janson is the name given to a set of old-style serif typefaces from the Dutch Baroque period, and modern revivals from the twentieth century. [1] [2] [3] Janson is a crisp, relatively high-contrast serif design, most popular for body text. Contents. Historical background; Revivals; References; External links; Janson is based on surviving matrices from Leipzig that were named for Anton Janson.

    The Janson font was based on the matrices made for the typeface in the 17th century. It originated from the Dutch typeface designer Anton Janson and was cut by Nicholas Kis. The strong main strokes and fine hair strokes were influenced by the art of. One inspiration for Hoefler Text’s roman was Janson Text (), Chauncey Griffith’s sober text face that revives the types thought to be made by Dutch punchcutter Anton Janson (), but later discovered to be the work of the Hungarian Miklós Kis (). The italics of both Hoefler Text and Hoefler Titling show strains of.


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Anton Janson och Miklós Kis by Walter Falk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Originally credited to Anton Janson, a punch cutter who lived and worked during the same period. It is believed to­ day that this elegant typeface was actually the work of Kis. The following sequence of images and text may help to demonstrate that Kis had the ingredients to be the remark­ able man behind the beautiful Kis-Janson letters.

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (Russian: Антон Павлович Чехов) was born in the small seaport of Taganrog, southern Russia, the son of a grocer. Chekhov's grandfather was a serf, who had bought his own freedom and that of his three sons in /5.

A book printed by Kis in Kolozsvár (modern name Cluj-Napoca) inafter his return to Transylvania. It defends his somewhat contentious choices Category: Serif. Janson & Kis in use. Several revivals bearing Anton Janson’s and Miklós Kis’ names* have been released by various foundries.

Uses are tagged with this generic entry unless a specific revival is confirmed (see Related Typefaces). *) “The Hungarian punchcutter Miklós Kis designed and cut this typeface in about while working in Amsterdam.

For centuries, Kis's type was wrongly attributed to Anton Janson, a Dutch punchcutter who worked in Leipzig in the seventeenth century.

Most versions of this type still go by the name Janson. Inthe Italian/Swedish type designer Franko Luin completed Kis Classico, his own contemporary interpretation of the Kis. The Hungarian punchcutter Miklós Kis designed and cut this typeface in about while working in Amsterdam.

It was not cut by Anton Janson, a Dutch punchcutter who worked in Leipzig in the seventeenth century. For many years this typeface was wrongly attributed to Janson, and the font still erroneously bears his name. Janson is the name given to an old-style serif typeface named for Dutch punch-cutter and printer Anton Janson.

Research in the s and early s, however, concluded that the typeface was the work of a Hungarian punch-cutter named Miklos (Nicholas) Totfalusi Kis. The Hungarian punchcutter Miklรณs Kis designed and cut this typeface in about while working in Amsterdam. It was not cut by Anton Janson, a Dutch punchcutter who worked in.

The Hungarian punchcutter Mikls Kis designed and cut this typeface in about while working in Amsterdam. It was not cut by Anton Janson, a Dutch punchcutter who worked in Leipzig in the seventeenth century.

For many years this typeface was wrongly attributed to Janson, and the font still erroneously bears his name. The Monotype Janson font family is based on types originally cut by the Hungarian punch-cutter, Nicolas Kis circa Named after Anton Janson, a Dutch printer. The original matrices came into the hands of the Stempel foundry in Germany in New type was cast and proofs made; these were used as the source for Monotype's version of Janson.

Now a versatile family of eight weights, this version of Janson Text is the most authentic digital version of the Kis types. With its legible, sturdy forms and strong stroke contrast, Janson Text.

has proved very successful for book and magazine text, and it continues to appear in the ranks of bestselling types. Misztótfalusiról már kortársai is tudták, hogy nem átlagos tehetség. Az utókor idõnként újból és újból felkapta a nevét.

Az oly rettenetes XX. században ismét felfedezték Tótfalusit Nicolaus Kist - amikor is Harry Carter és Buday György kiderítette, hogy az úgynevezett holland antikva legszebbjét valójában nem Anton Janson, hanem Misztótfalusi Kis Miklós alkotta meg. Misztótfalusiról már kortársai is tudták, hogy nem átlagos tehetség.

Az utókor időnként újból és újból felkapta a nevét. Az oly rettenetes XX. században ismét felfedezték Tótfalusit – Nicolaus Kist - amikor is Harry Carter és Buday György kiderítette, hogy az úgynevezett holland antikva legszebbjét valójában nem Anton Janson, hanem Misztótfalusi Kis Miklós.

Janson Text® has taken its name from a Dutch type designer by the name of Anton Janson, a punchcutter from the late 17th century who was around at the same time as the actual typeface cutter, Miklós (Nicholas) Tótfalusi Kis who had travelled to Amsterdam in to work under Dirk Voskens.

John Tranter recalls the Kis/Janson affair: In his book On Type Faces, published inthe great typographic historian Stanley Morison describes a roman and italic typeface that he said was cut by Anton Janson, a seventeenth-century Dutch type foundry owner.

By the s the typeface had fallen into disuse, and when it was revived for the modern age on both Linotype and Monotype machines in. As a nice cultural touch, Corvina typeset the volume in the very readable Janson typeface, which was designed in the 17th century by Hungarian Miklós Tótfalusi Kis (previously attributed to Anton Janson).

An update is necessary as s: 6. Janson is the name given to an old style serif typeface named for Dutch punch-cutter and printer Anton Janson. Research in the s and early s conclude that the typeface is the work of a Hungarian punch-cutter named Miklós (Nicholas) Kis.

Kis traveled to Amsterdam in. Several people have asked for information on how to use Janson fonts with TEX. This wonderful antique font was designed by a Hungarian type designer, M. Tótfalusi Kis Miklós (Nicholas Kis) in. Overview Kis Classico™ is named after the Hungarian monk Miklós Kis who traveled to Amsterdam at the end of the seventeenth century to learn the art of printing.

Amsterdam was a center of printing and punchcutting, and Kis cut his own type there in about For centuries, Kis's type was wrongly attributed to Anton Janson, a Dutch punchcutter who worked in Leipzig in the seventeenth century.

The Linotype version of this style, Janson, was created by Chaunsey th in and based on an original face cut by Kis in The face is named after Anton Janson, a Dutchman who worked in Leipzig, with whom the face has no connection. The typeface is used for text setting. Ehrhardt is an old-style serif typeface released by the British branch of the Monotype Corporation in Ehrhardt is a modern adaptation of printing types of "stout Dutch character" from the Dutch Baroque tradition sold by the Ehrhardt foundry in Leipzig.

These were cut by the Hungarian-Transylvanian pastor and punchcutter Miklós (Nicholas) Tótfalusi Kis while in Amsterdam in the period.The Linotype version of this style, Janson, was created by Chauncey th in and based on an original face cut by Kis in – The face is named after Anton Janson, a Dutchman who worked in Leipzig, with whom the face has no connection.

The typeface is used for text setting.Miklós Kiss’s works incorporate various facets of architecture, fine art, design, and graphic design.

A strong artistic approach and outstanding aesthetic quality characterise his art. His fine art pieces are just as significant as his distinctive style in corporate identity and graphic designs.