Larabie Fonts

About the foundry

Larabie Fonts typefaces were created by me, Ray Larabie. I became interested in fonts in the early 70’s when my grandmother gave me sheets of dry transfer lettering. I began creating typefaces with pen and paper and later, on my first computer, a TRS-80.

In 1995, I launched Ray Larabie’s Freeware Typeface of the Week. In 1996, I redesigned the site, changed its name to Larabie Fonts. In 2001, I launched Typodermic, my commercial site devoted to larger families of fonts available at very reasonable prices.

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