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Designed by Phil Martin at Alphabet Innovations, Helvetica Flair is an unauthorised phototype-period redesign of Helvetica adding swashes and unicase -inspired capitals with a lower-case design. Considered a hallmark of s design, it has never been issued digitally.
It is considered to be a highly conflicted design, as Helvetica is seen as a spare and rational typeface and swashes are ostentatious: font designer Mark Simonson described it as "almost sacrilegious". Martin would later claim to have been accused of "typographic incest" by one German writer for creating it. Helvetica Flair was one of several derivative fonts created by Martin in the s and a particularly legally questionable one, since it was directly named 'Helvetica'. Designed by Vic Carless, Shatter assembles together slices of Helvetica to make a typeface that seems to be in motion, or broken and in pieces.
Writing in , Tim Spencer praised the design for its ominous effect, writing that it offered "glitch-like mechanical aggression [and] cold, machine-induced paranoia. Shatter literally sliced up Swiss modernist authority. It was developed in the s for electronic on-screen phototypesetting and released in As phototypesetting was soon replaced by desktop publishing and because of a legal dispute, the typeface rapidly disappeared from the market.
In the digital period, Canadian type designer Ray Larabie has released several digital fonts based upon Helvetica. The most widely known and distributed of these is Coolvetica, which Larabie introduced in ; Larabie stated he was inspired by Helvetica Flair, Chalet, and similar variants in creating some of Coolvetica's distinguishing glyphs most strikingly a swash on capital 'G', lowercase 'y' based on the letterforms of 'g' and 'u,' and a fully curled lowercase 't' , and chose to set a tight default spacing optimised for use in display type.
As of , the semi-bold remains Larabie's most popular font. Designed by Mathieu Desjardins and released by Pangram Pangram in ,  Neue Montreal was designed with display usage in mind. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Helvetica disambiguation. Logo of Cassina S. Soyuz Grotesk added a Latin script, which it reconstructed in the same way Sowjietische Haas Grotesk had been constructed from Helvetica but in reverse, by using the Cyrillic forms and adapting them to Latin.
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University of Reading. Retrieved Paul Shaw Letter Design blog. Retrieved 27 December Paul Shaw Letter Design. Helvetica Forever: Story of a Typeface. ISBN Mark Simonson Studio Notebook. Retrieved 19 March Many type manufacturers in the past have done knock-offs of Helvetica that were indistinguishable or nearly so. For better or worse, in many countries—particularly the U. So, if you wanted to buy a typesetting machine and wanted the real Helvetica, you had to buy Linotype.
Instead you got Triumvirate, or Helios, or Megaron, or Newton, or whatever. Every typesetting manufacturer had its own Helvetica look-alike. Phototypesetting: a design manual 1st ed. New York: Watson-Guptill. Helvetica is, without a doubt, the most widely used sans serif typeface. Retrieved 30 April Mark Simonson Studio. Retrieved 14 July Retrieved 28 November Spiekermann blog.
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They were chosen for their versatility, excellent legibility and contemporary design. Archived from the original on 5 July Retrieved 6 November Wall Street Journal. New York Times. Metro de Madrid. Typeface name changes after Eye magazine goes to press".
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New York: Princeton Architectural. Computer Arts. We did a sans-serif typeface, which, if you look at it today, you'd think was a rip-off of Helvetica. But we'd never seen Helvetica in in London, although it had been produced in Switzerland near Basle at the Haas foundry in Even if we had seen it, and wanted to have it typeset in London, we'd have had to get on a plane and fly to Basle and have it typeset there, because the British typesetting trade was so conservative that typefaces like that were simply unobtainable.
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Apple Developer. Apple, Inc. Retrieved 18 October August 6, In the Comments Section: The biggest differences are the new Greek, Cyrillic and Hebrew designs, and the presence of Arabic support based on the radically redesigned Yakout Linotype not a perfect match for the Helvetica, but the most appropriate in the Linotype Library; this is 'core font' Arabic support: not for fine typography.
There is also a large maths and symbol set in each font not complete maths typesetting support, but more than you'll get in most fonts. The only big change in the Latin is that the whole thing has been respaced. The old Helvetica Std Type 1 and TT fonts inherited, via phototype, the unit metrics of the original hot metal type. This led to all sorts of oddities in the sidebearings, which were cleaned up during development of Helvetica Linotype. It is still quite a tightly spaced typeface by today's standards, but the spacing is now consistent.
It was also re-kerned. Helvetica Linotype has also been extensively hinted for screen. An A—Z of Type Designers. Yale University Press: Mar Retrieved 25 May Dec Acumin microsite. Retrieved 6 January The Font Bureau, Inc. Retrieved 23 December Retrieved 22 October Retrieved 16 July Frederick's Timelog. Retrieved 26 December Retrieved 6 December Retrieved 5 May Creative Boom.
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Download for Free. Remember me. Log in. First, the papyrus has been dated based on the handwriting alone, without the support of dated textual references or associated archeology. If it dates from the first half of the second century, this fragment would be amongst the earlier surviving examples of a literary codex. Egerton 2 which are also from a codex, and these were published in by H. Idris Bell and T. Proposing a date for it ultimately required comparison with dated texts, which tend to be in documentary hands contracts, petitions, letters.
Egerton 2 itself,  which was then estimated to date around CE. Roberts stated that in the Egerton Gospel, "most of the characteristics of our hand are to be found, though in a less accentuated form"; and he particularly noted similar forms of upsilon, mu and delta. Establishing the Berlin Iliad P. Fayum ,  a personal letter, but written by a professional scribe in a "literary type" hand  and with an explicit date of 94 CE. Egerton 2, Skeat and Bell had also relied on comparison with P.
Fayum ;  together with Abb 34 now known as B. The Berlin Iliad has since been re-edited in the light of more recent discoveries, but confirming Schubart's conclusions as to its dating around CE, and its close relationship to the dated literary type hand of P.
Fayum and Abb 34 though not P. Fayum as the "most important parallel" he could find among dated documents, and noting in particular that both of these showed the same two forms of alpha in simultaneous use. Berol ; specifically delta,  pi, rho and epsilon. In his later career, Roberts reasserted the close resemblance of P. Egerton 2. London , a private letter written in the reign of Domitian 81—96 CE ,  and P. Oslo 22, a petition dated CE;  noting that P.
Oslo 22 was most similar in some of the more distinctive letter forms, e. Roberts circulated his assessment to Frederic G. Kenyon , Wilhelm Schubart and H. Flor 1. Deissmann , who, while producing no actual evidence, suggested a date in the reigns of Hadrian — or even Trajan 98— Subsequently, other comparator literary papyri have been suggested, notably P.
Yale 1 ,  suggested that this form of book was more common for literary texts at this date than had previously been assumed. Consequently, until the s, the tendency amongst New Testament commentators, supported by several paleographers such as Philip W. In particular Nongbri noted that both Comfort and Schmidt propose their respective revisions of Roberts's dating solely on the basis of paleographic comparisons with papyri that had themselves been paleographically dated.
Nongbri states "The affinities in letter forms between P. Nongbri suggests that this implied that older styles of handwriting might persist much longer than some scholars had assumed,  and that a prudent margin of error must allow a still wider range of possible dates for the papyrus:. What emerges from this survey is nothing surprising to papyrologists: paleography is not the most effective method for dating texts, particularly those written in a literary hand. The real problem is the way scholars of the New Testament have used and abused papyrological evidence.
I have not radically revised Roberts's work. Paleographic evidence does not work that way. What I have done is to show that any serious consideration of the window of possible dates for P52 must include dates in the later second and early third centuries. Thus, P52 cannot be used as evidence to silence other debates about the existence or non-existence of the Gospel of John in the first half of the second century. Only a papyrus containing an explicit date or one found in a clear archaeological stratigraphic context could do the work scholars want P52 to do.
As it stands now, the papyrological evidence should take a second place to other forms of evidence in addressing debates about the dating of the Fourth Gospel. Berol and P. Fayum of 94 CE, P. Egerton 2 has been further re-examined in detail by Stanley E. Porter offers two further comparator early biblical papyri for both texts, P. Oxy IV a fragment of Genesis and P. Specifically he notes that P. Egerton 2 is in "a less heavy hand with more formal rounded characteristics, but with what the original editors called "cursive affinities".
Egerton 2 is unusual in the second century, there is at least one known dated example in a papyrus of CE and three others of mid or late second century date. Egerton 2 "fit comfortably within the second century. There are of course some letters that are similar to those in the third century as there are some in the first century but the letters that tend to be given the most individualization, such as alpha, mu and even sigma, appear to be second century.
An altogether different approach to dating New Testament papyri has been proposed by a number of paleographers in recent years, drawing on the notion of "graphic stream" developed by Guglielmo Cavallo. Rather than comparing letter forms of undated papyri directly with dated comparators, it is proposed that the hand in question should first be identified to a graphic stream representing the overall development of a particular handwriting style.
Fayum 94 CE from Roberts's original study. Otherwise, however, Barker rejects from this graphic stream all the other comparators proposed by Roberts and his correspondents, including P. Since none of these papyri and parchments carry explicit dates, all must be dated paleographically; so Orsini and Clarysse propose that manuscript comparisons for such paleographic dating should be made only between hands that are similar to one another.
Orsini and Clarysse propose dates for New Testament papyri that are often rather later than the consensus dates in the Nestle-Aland lists,  and considerably later than the counterpart dates proposed by Comfort and Barrett.
Of the papyri discussed by Roberts and his correspondents, and in contradiction to Barker, Orsini and Clarysse maintain Kenyon's proposed dated parallel, P. The date was estimated palaeographically, by comparing the handwriting with other manuscripts.
However, palaeography is not an exact science — none of the comparable Biblical manuscripts are dated and most papyri bearing a secure date are administrative documents. Recent research points to a date nearer to AD, but there is as yet no convincing evidence that any earlier fragments from the New Testament survive.
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