Type Network + Font Bureau

Font Bureau is a founding member of Type Network, a new model for type design, development, licensing, and use. Owned and operated by type designers, Type Network features a common catalog and shopping cart offering fonts from Font Bureau and other member foundries.

Font Bureau’s current licenses, with no changes to existing terms, are now served through Type Network.

Magazine Fonts


25 Styles

German-born punchcutter Johann Fleischman, contemporary of Baskerville and Fournier, worked at the Enschede Foundry in Haarlem. Expert in advanced tools and the qualities of fine steel, he pushed beyond the frontiers of his time, cutting active typefaces famous worldwide for their “sparkle.” Christian Schwartz focused on Fleischman’s exuberant angularity, carrying it to all weights of his new Farnham series: FB 2004.

Farnham is also available for online use with @font-face through the Webtype hosted font service.

Among other uses, Farnham is recommended for Newspaper, Magazine, Book and Corporate use.

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 Farnham - Display Light Small Caps

 Farnham - Display Light

 Farnham - Display Light Italic

 Farnham - Display Regular Small Caps

 Farnham - Display Regular

 Farnham - Display Regular Italic Swash

 Farnham - Display Regular Italic

 Farnham - Display Medium Small Caps

 Farnham - Display Medium

 Farnham - Display Medium Italic

 Farnham - Display Bold Small Caps

 Farnham - Display Bold

 Farnham - Display Bold Italic

 Farnham - Display Black Small Caps

 Farnham - Display Black

 Farnham - Display Black Italic

 Farnham - Text Regular Small Caps

 Farnham - Text Regular

 Farnham - Text Regular Italic

 Farnham - Text Semibold Small Caps

 Farnham - Text Semibold

 Farnham - Text Semibold Italic

 Farnham - Text Bold Small Caps

 Farnham - Text Bold

 Farnham - Text Bold Italic

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· Turnip
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Compatible Fonts
· Benton Sans
· Bullen
· ITC Franklin
· Scout

Related People
· Christian Schwartz

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