Sunday

Typeface Typecast (with 6 friendly faces)

Typewriter typefaces - Rino Breebaart

8 comments:

shordzi said...

Nice overview, thank you. Amazed by the clean printing of the Bijou.

Miriam Zolin said...

Actually, even before reading its content, the Remington Rand portable typeface really spoke to me. It's gorgeously individualistic. I can well believe it is a good poetry facilitator!

rino breebaart said...

Typeface is an important factor in typewriter satisfaction!

rino breebaart said...

also - excuse the over-use of 'funky'. Damn first drafts...

David 9.ai said...

Lol at exorcised the smell :) I feel your pain !
BTW I did link your blog on my blog at 9.ai feel free to do the same if you like :)

notagain said...

great typecast. Any speculation on the differences between the Quiet-Riter, Letter-Riter and Office-Riter? I have an Office-Riter and it's a great machine but I've never gotten a close look at the other two for comparison.

strokeandbore said...

I'm jealous of your pica Royal Arrow and SM3. Those are some nice typefaces. Not that my elite versions are all bad, but I'd love a pica SM3 someday. And my Royal Arrow actually has a very nice elite typeface.

rino breebaart said...

Notagain - the letter-riter has no tab system. The Quiet-riter does. And the office-riter... I'm not sure. Possibly with tabs and something else! But in terms of basic mechanics and even shell, I think they're pretty much the same.