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Old 03-20-2013, 05:36 AM   #1
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Default One-day sale: ITC Kabel Family Pack

Fonts.com has the ITC Kabel Complete Family Pack on sale today (only) for $39.

"The Kabel® font family is a geometric sans serif, designed in 1927 by Rudolf Koch for the Klingspor foundry. It was christened Kabel as a testament to the newly built trans-Atlantic cable. Kabel stands out from many of its geometric contemporaries thanks in large part to its humanistic and distinct characteristics."

"ITC’s 1975 revival of Kabel, designed by Victor Caruso, made several changes to Koch’s original design, the most significant of which increased the x-heights across-the-board. The overall effect of these changes was to make the typeface more legible, a feature demanded by many different media interests, especially advertising."
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