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by anatoletype last modified 2015-12-17 10:09

Hi and welcome to Anatoletype.
This website features our type design portfolio. We are passionate about a variety
of vernacular sources, as well as manual experimentation, drawing and handwriting. Technologies related to web design, programming, opentype, interest us as they are
the means to revisit past issues or ideas, give them a new interpretation and make
them evolve into a contemporary context.

Anatoletype retail typefaces are available on the following platforms:
Phil’s Fonts


elena albertoni
Italian type designer, she studied graphic design in Amiens, France (École Supérieure d’Art et de Design) to later specialize on type design in Paris (DSAA Typo at École Estienne).
She made her first steps into the profession with the decisive experience at LucasFonts in Berlin, Germany, assisting Dutch type master Luc(as) de Groot for over 7 years.
She now runs a sign painting, type design and lettering studio called La Letteria. ➺ La Letteria
Elena also regularly organizes calligraphy and lettering classes in Berlin with her MAKE! Skilled Hands project. ➺ MAKE! Skilled Hands

pascal duez
French graphic designer and web developer, he studied at the Amiens ESAD. He’s currently running the DZLV studio, and working between Berlin, Brussels and France. DZLV


sylvain mazas was born in 1980 in Chambéry, France. After studying illustration in Paris and Strasbourg, he moved to Berlin to finish his studies in graphic design at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee. Since 2007, he works in Berlin and Stralsund, mainly as a type designer at LucasFonts, where he specialized in Arabic type, as a graphic designer at the mückenschwein publishing house, and as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator.

fred bordfeld is a German graphic designer and visualist working in Berlin. He studied communication design at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. Since 2003 he works as a freelance designer on print and web design projects. As a visualist he is involved in all kinds of live-video performances and real-time graphic animations.
fRED – Digital ist besser

about the website

All material displayed on the website is copyrighted, including all artwork, design, type design. No portion of this website may be reproduced, copied, mirrored or in anyway reused without permission from Anatoletype.

the font section
We invented the texts, mixing all the languages we could play with...
For the serious ones we took some passages from the following authors:
Yoni Wolf “Why?” · Waterfalls and Light Leaves from the album Elephant Eyelash.
Italo Calvino · Le città invisibili, Il barone rampante.
Friedrich Nietzche · Menschliches II, Meinungen 188.
Herman Melville · Moby Dick, Chapter 124.
Boris Vian · L’herbe rouge, l’arrache coeur, l’écume des jours, diverse quotes.
Georges Perec · La vie mode d’emploi.
Lawrence Ferlinghetti · Pictures of the gone world.
Ian McEwan · The cat, from The Daydreamer.
Anatole France · Les sept femmes de la Barbe-Bleue et autres contes merveilleux.
Sharrif Simmons · Musical revolution[s], from Fast cities and objects that burn.
Paul Bogaert · Welcome hygiëne.

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