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Pertemuan 2 Huruf “Serif-Old Style 1”. Matakuliah : U0224/Tipografi I Tahun : 2005 Versi : 1/0. Learning Outcomes. Pada akhir pertemuan ini, diharapkan mahasiswa akan mampu : Mengidentifikasi huruf “Serif-Old Style” Menggambar huruf “Serif-Old Style”. Outline Material. Garamond Goudy
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Pertemuan 2Huruf “Serif-Old Style 1” Matakuliah : U0224/Tipografi I Tahun : 2005 Versi : 1/0
Learning Outcomes Pada akhir pertemuan ini, diharapkan mahasiswa akan mampu : • Mengidentifikasi huruf “Serif-Old Style” • Menggambar huruf “Serif-Old Style”
Outline Material • Garamond • Goudy • Times • Bembo • Palatino
Huruf “Serif-Old Style” Old style is not necessarily old, but has characteristics that classify it as "old" or of the classic form. Old Style is a style of font developed by Renaissance typographers to replace the Blackletter style of type. Based on ancient Roman inscriptions, these fonts are generally characterized by low contrast between thick and thin strokes, bracketed serifs, and a left-leaning axis or stress.
“Serif-Old Style” Example of “Old Style” are: • Garamond • Goudy • Times • Bembo • Palatino
Garamond In the 1600s by Claude Garamond, Garamond is considered one of the archetypes of old style fonts. Notice the pennant like serifs flying from the ascenders, the slight backward slant of the Os, and the lack of contrast between the thin parts and the thick parts of the letters. 1. Claude Garamond Born c. 1480 in Paris, France, died 1561 in Paris, France. Type founder, publisher, punch cutter, type designer.
Garamond Structure of Garamond:
Goudy Goudy was an active type cutter in the middle of the twentieth century. This old style font, attributed to him, was cut in the 1940s. Notice the similarities between this font and Garamond. This font has a graceful bracket (the curving line that connects the serif with the main line) on the serifs, making them appear even more pennant-like. This implementation from the 1940s shows a little thicker wide stroke that gives a little higher contrast between thick and thin strokes than the earlier Garamond. 2. Fred Goudy Born 8. 3. 1865 in Bloomington, USA, died 11. 5. 1947 in Malborough-on-Houdson, USA – type designer, typographer, publisher, teacher.
Goudy Structure of Goudy:
Summary • Well defined, shapely serifs. • Diagonal emphasis. Imagine drawing a font with a fountain pen, where lines 45 degrees anticlockwise from vertical are heavy and lines 45 degrees clockwise from vertical are light. Old style fonts often have this appearance.