New Yorker Type Classic Font Family

New Yorker Type Classic Font Family

New-Yorker-Type was one of the first typefaces I tried my hand at in 1985. I meant it as a revival of the typeface used by the New Yorker magazine. I did not scan it. I just looked at the type and redrew it completely by hand. Only much later did I come to know, that there is a bundle of similar typefaces of that period.

Rea Irvin’s design for New-Yorker magazine was just one of them, maybe the best. In the next step I repaired some of the mistakes that I made more than thirty years ago. Now on the eve of 2020 I gave the font a complete overhaul and added a set of Swash Initials, Cyrillic and Greek glyphs and many ligatures.

The font now has 1075 glyphs and is all set for most latin writing systems. On top of that I made two versions, a Classic one with rounded corners and a pointed Pro version for a more up-to-date look. Take your pick. Yours sincerely, honoring Rea Irvin a great type- and magazine-designer, Gert Wiescher

  • Designer: Gert Wiescher
  • License: You can use this font for personal purpose.

You can purchase full version and commercial license here: https://www.myfonts.com/collections/new-yorker-type-classic-font-wiescher-design

  • New Yorker Type Classic Font Family
  • New Yorker Type Classic Font Family
  • New Yorker Type Classic Font Family
  • New Yorker Type Classic Font Family
  • New Yorker Type Classic Font Family
  • New Yorker Type Classic Font Family
  • New Yorker Type Classic Font Family
  • New Yorker Type Classic Font Family

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