Released by the French type foundry Deberny & Peignot in 1954, this bold, upright script was an early design of Adrian Frutiger and the only script face he ever created.
He is most famous for his Univers types with their numbered classification system, and for the Frutiger typeface, which is immensely popular today, especially in the advertising field.
Ondine has very simple lines that demonstrate its pen-drawn origins. It is useful for any informal display work, yet its upright characters make it equally well-suited to formal applications such as book titles, advertising, and magazine work.
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