ITF / Indian Type Foundry

International collaboration yields beautiful forms.

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Above: Via the ITF site (also see their Facebook and Flickr pages). ITF is a growing collaboration between Peter Bilak (Typotheque), Rajesh Kejriwal (Kyoorius Exchange) and Satya Rajpurohit. I ran across an update of their work via Hindy Rinny. I think you’ll agree it that this is truly inspiring work, and a clear connection, perhaps, to the possibilities of what Brahmi Computing is trying to accomplish.

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Above: Kohinoor Tamil (more on the ITF site). Their collaboration is inspiring in it’s scope, as they propose to create a larger body of work for the Indian market, with fonts for Bengali, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Tamil, and Telugu.

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Above: Kohinoor Tamil. More information available on the ITF site,
and on their ITF Flickr site.




4 Responses to “ITF / Indian Type Foundry”

ITF / Indian Type Foundry: International collaboration yields beautiful forms.

Above: Via the ITF site (also see … http://bit.ly/cewgrl

Erik Brandt added these words on Mar 13 10 at 2:34 PM

RT @Geotypografika: ITF / Indian Type Foundry: International collaboration yields beautiful forms.

Above: Via the ITF site (also see … http://bit.ly/cewgrl

jose betancur added these words on Mar 13 10 at 2:43 PM

Sweet typeface with versions for multiple Indian scripts http://geotypografika.com/2010/03/13/itf-indian-type-foundry/

Vidya Santosh added these words on Mar 18 10 at 5:32 AM

Excellent interview by Dirk Wachowiak with ITF in Design Observer: http://observatory.designobserver.com/entry.html?entry=12928

Erik Brandt added these words on Mar 18 10 at 10:28 AM

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