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Retrieved 26 February Like many of Goudy’s other families, it has been rereleased and made generally available after his death, under a variety of often shorter names. After the original type was commissioned for private use, ‘California’ was released publicly by different companies, first inby Lanston Monotype as ‘Californian’ and then under the name of ‘Berkeley Old Style’ by ITC.
ITC Berkeley Oldstyle Std Book Italic
Goudy had high ambitions for his design, and wrote to California that “I’m trying hard to make it a magnum opus and maybe the effort is preventing more rapid progress – maybe magnum opuses aren’t made so consciously. Retrieved 27 August Retrieved from ” https: The Story of a Type”.
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Шрифт ITC Berkeley Oldstyle
Walter Tracy in his book Letters of Credit was unimpressed with the design, commenting “the design is not particularly notable, but it is pleasant enough to read at 12 point and smaller While no longer the corporate font of the University of California Press, it retains a strong popularity in academia and is used as a corporate font by several universities.
This page was last edited on 20 Februaryat The Secret History of Letters. Serifs are fine slabs with minimal bracketing. Goudy described it as particularly inspired by the ‘Fell Types’, a collection of s fonts used by Oxford University Presswhile other details such as the tilted cross-stroke of the ‘e’ recall what is now called the ‘Venetian’ style of typeface design, used by printers such as Nicolas Jenson up to the s.
ITC Berkeley Oldstyle
Goudy provided a set of swash capitals as alternates for the italic. As an italic is [mostly used] to emphasise a word…or sometimes merely to give a lighter touch, I have allowed myself to incorporate here and there in my font some forms more or less fanciful.
Goudy created the design from a position of great eminence as one of the most popular typeface designers of the first half of the twentieth century, and almost uniquely for type founders of the period as an independent artisan, not employed by any one company and free to pursue his own projects.
University of California Old Style metal type in regular and italic styles, compared to two digitisations: Retrieved 19 June Goudy as a type designer”. For a name, Goudy preferred ‘Berkeley’ after the press’s locationwhich, he thought more ‘aristocratic’ than the alternative proposal of ‘Californian’. Font Bureau added a more delicate optical size for display use. Goudy used the font to set his book Typologia which was printed by the University of California Press in the new font, and he describes his inspiration for it in the chapter The Story of a Type.
University of San Diego. Although no longer the corporate font of the University of California Press or System, Goudy’s font remains popular in academic use. Intended for fine book printing, the design has a delicate grace and strokes that alternate between thick and thin.