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Martin Majoor

Martin Majoor

Martin Majoor
FontFont 1990
6 styles from $59.99
Martin Majoor
FontFont 1993
10 styles from $59.99
Martin Majoor and Jos Buivenga
The Questa Project 2017
10 styles from $0
Martin Majoor
FontFont 2004
4 styles from $69.99
Martin Majoor and Jos Buivenga
The Questa Project 2017
10 styles from $0
Martin Majoor and Pascal Zoghbi
FontFont 2000
6 styles from $69.99
Martin Majoor and Jos Buivenga
The Questa Project 2017
10 styles from $0
Martin Majoor and Jos Buivenga
The Questa Project
10 styles from $0
Martin Majoor
FontFont 2000
4 styles from $69.99
Martin Majoor
FontFont 2004
4 styles from $69.99
Martin Majoor
FontFont 2004
4 styles from $69.99
Martin Majoor
FontFont 2004
4 styles from $69.99
Martin Majoor
FontFont 1990
4 styles from $49.99
Pascal Zoghbi

Pascal Zoghbi

Pascal Zoghbi is a Lebanese designer and educator with a Master of Design in Type & Media from KABK. He founded 29LT digital type foundry in 2013. Building on a cross-cultural approach, he has developed an outstanding collection of contemporary multiscript typefaces. Having moved to Madrid in 2018, he expanded 29LT’s focus on Arabic and Latin scripts to embrace a global multiscript approach that taps into other world scripts. Zoghbi taught for ten years at various design schools in Lebanon and in the UAE. Internationally renowned, he has received prestigious design awards, such as TDC,...
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Martin Majoor has been designing type since the mid-1980s. After a student placement at URW in Hamburg, he started in 1986 as a typographic designer in the Research & Development department at Océ-Netherlands. In 1988 he started working as a graphic designer for the Vredenburg Music Centre in Utrecht, for whom he designed the typeface Scala for use in their printed matter. Two years later FSI FontShop International published FF Scala as the first serious text face in the then-new FontFont-Library. In 1993 FF Scala was augmented with a sans-serif version, FF Scala Sans. In the eyes of the designer the Sans and the Serif versions complement each other admirably. They follow the same principle of form but are two distinct designs. In 1994 Majoor started working on the design of the Dutch telephone directory, for which he did both the typography and, more importantly, created a new typeface, Telefont. FF Seria and FF Seria Sans followed in 2000, and in 2004 FF Nexus with Sans, Serif, Mix and Typewriter versions have been published.