Menue Card Bistro Value Pack

$99.00

 
Brody Regular
Escript Medium
ITC Mona Lisa Solid
ITC Mona Lisa Solid
Mano LT Regular
Mano LT Regular
Roundy LT Roman
Roundy LT Roman
Bistros are small, comfortable restaurants. These restaurants need informal typefaces to match their styles, and Linotype has answered this call with the Bistro Menu Card Value Pack. This package includes five casual faces to choose from, all bundled together at one low price.

Brody is an informal, brush calligraphic hand. Reminiscent of hand-drawn 1950s advertising scripts, this typeface reminds its viewers of the "the good old days." Roundy and Escript are a step further in the informal direction -- Escript is so informal, it even looks like digitized handwriting. These faces can be used to stress the down home quality of an establishment. Mano, a more "typographic" design, is a post-modern italic style face that lends a contemporary, fashionable feeling to current environments. For a more classic or romantic approadh, try ITC Mona Lisa, a design in the early 20th century Modern style. ITC Mona Lisa has a very small x-height, and exudes a quiet elegance and self-assuredness.

Keywords: Menue Card Bistro Value Pack, American, Elegant, Headline, Outline, Artdeco, Informal, Swashed, Freestyle, Brush, Historic, Condensed, Decorative, Handmade, Speedy, New York, Italic, Sans Serif, Serif, Female, Warm, Expensive, Dynamic, anno 1920, anno 1960, anno 1980, anno 1990, anno 1995, Central European, Text

SKU: 14601103

Product ID: 23755

Brody Regular Font Information

Version:1.01
Family Name:Brody LT
Weight:400
Glyphs:236
Fixed Pitch:No
Symbol Encoded:No
Embedded Bitmaps:No
Creation Date:3/3/2003
Modified Date:3/11/2004
Unicode Ranges:Basic Latin
Latin-1 Supplement
Latin Extended-A
Latin Extended-B
Spacing Modifier Letters
General Punctuation
Currency Symbols
Letterlike Symbols
Mathematical Operators
Alphabetic Presentation Forms
Code Pages:1252 Latin 1
1253 Greek
1254 Turkish
1258 Vietnamese
Mac Roman Macintosh Character Set (US Roman)
855 IBM Cyrillic; primarily Russian
437 US