Typefaces used on lostworldsfairs.com

Chunk

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About this font

Chunk is an ultra-bold slab serif typeface that is reminiscent of old American Western woodcuts, broadsides, and newspaper headlines. Used mainly for display, the fat block lettering is unreserved yet refined for contemporary use.

About The League of Moveable Type

The first free & open-source type foundry, the League is a hand-selected group of typographers interested in propelling the movement into the professional playing field. By doing so, they hope to do more than offer a free set of high-quality fonts–they hope to revolutionize web typography altogether.

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League Gothic

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About this font

League Gothic is our revival of an old classic, and one of our favorite typefaces, Alternate Gothic No.1. It was originally designed by Morris Fuller Benton for the American Type Founders Company (ATF) in 1903. The company went bankrupt in 1993. And since the original typeface was created before 1923, the typeface is in the public domain.

About The League of Moveable Type

The first free & open-source type foundry, the League is a hand-selected group of typographers interested in propelling the movement into the professional playing field. By doing so, they hope to do more than offer a free set of high-quality fonts–they hope to revolutionize web typography altogether.

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Mostra Nuova

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About this font

Mostra Nuova (2009) is based on a style of lettering often seen on Italian Art Deco posters and advertising of the 1930s. Mostra Nuova includes many alternate characters, representing commonly-found variations in Italian Art Deco lettering. They can be used in endless combinations to capture a particular mood or style. There are six weights ranging from the almost invisible Thin to the ridiculously bold Black. Mostra features an extended character set (most Western and Eastern European Latin-based languages supported) and kerning tables for display setting.

About Mark Simonson Studio

Mark Simonson founded his studio specializing in lettering and typography in 2000. He had started out as a graphic designer and illustrator in 1976 working as an art director on a number of magazines as well as Minnesota Public Radio. Mark started licensing fonts to FontHaus in 1992 and now has over 100 fonts on the market.

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Rosewood Std

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About this font

See also: [Rosewood Std Fill](https://typekit.com/fonts/rosewood-std-fill) There were many typeface designs based on Clarendon letterforms seen in type catalogs from 1866 to 1875. Adobe’s Rosewood, released in 1994, is modeled after a chromatic design from William Page in 1874. Rosewood’s Regular version is designed to overlay the Fill version for two-color printing. [User Guide](http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/products/type/pdfs/readmes/RosewoodStdUserGuide.pdf)

About Adobe Originals

The Adobe Originals program started in 1989 as an in-house type foundry at Adobe, brought together to create original typefaces of exemplary design quality, technical fidelity, and aesthetic longevity. Today the Type team’s mission is to conduct original research and development for type at Adobe, making sophisticated and even experimental typefaces that explore the possibilities of design and technology. Typefaces released as Adobe Originals — fully-featured families and smaller “Concept” projects alike — are the result of years of work and study, regarded as industry standards for the ambition and quality of their development.

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Rosewood Std Fill

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About this font

See also: [Rosewood Std](https://typekit.com/fonts/rosewood-std) There were many typeface designs based on Clarendon letterforms seen in type catalogs from 1866 to 1875. Adobe’s Rosewood, released in 1994, is modeled after a chromatic design from William Page in 1874. Rosewood’s Regular version is designed to overlay the Fill version for two-color printing. [User Guide](http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/products/type/pdfs/readmes/RosewoodStdUserGuide.pdf)

About Adobe Originals

The Adobe Originals program started in 1989 as an in-house type foundry at Adobe, brought together to create original typefaces of exemplary design quality, technical fidelity, and aesthetic longevity. Today the Type team’s mission is to conduct original research and development for type at Adobe, making sophisticated and even experimental typefaces that explore the possibilities of design and technology. Typefaces released as Adobe Originals — fully-featured families and smaller “Concept” projects alike — are the result of years of work and study, regarded as industry standards for the ambition and quality of their development.

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About Typekit

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