I have taken some of the comments on the first 2 parts of this Bauhaus-style
ID exhibition and re-formatted the fonts from Part 1 and added about 20 more
typefaces to create a new Part 3.
Now you can use Parts 2 & 3 for making identifications, and to compare and
contrast all of the fonts collected so far.
Part 1 was kept, as an Introduction (and because I like having the showings
in words, rather than just alphabets).
I am still looking for other fonts that would go stylistically with these. I
have seen a few in other font catalogs, which I will add when I get useful
images of them. E-mailed .gif inputs that I can use will be gratefully
accepted and acknowledged. I am trying to include original designs, rather
than "clones" that have been copied and re-named for budget/free
I hope this can become a useful resource for many of these look-alike fonts.
Eventually I will try to shuffle the layouts to put more of the similar
faces near each other to make the differences easier to see.
Thanks for the encouragement.
- Mike Yanega