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Adobe

Web: http://www.adobe.com/type/

Adobe Systems, based in San Jose, California, was founded by John Warnock and Charles Geschke in 1982. As developer of the Postscript language Adobe stands in a unique position with respect to digital type, and for many years maintained exclusive control over the Type1 font format.

Sumner Stone, their director of typography from 1984, licensed their initial range of fonts from the Linotype and ITC libraries. Alongside the digitizing and publishing of fonts from existing foundries, Adobe pursued their own design program resulting in the release of many original designs, as well as a reworking of classic fonts including Adobe Garamond and Adobe Caslon.

Adobe developed the cross-platform OpenType format in conjunction with Microsoft, and in 2003 released its entire typeface library in OpenType format.

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Aachen Bold
Albertus
Aldus
Alexa
ITC American Typewriter
Americana
Amigo
Andreas
ITC Anna
Antique Olive
Antique Olive Bold
Antique Olive Nord
Apollo
Arcadia
Arcana Manuscript
Ariadne
Arno Pro
Arno Pro Bold
Arno Pro Caption
Arno Pro Display
Arno Pro Small Text
Arno Pro Subhead
Arnold Böcklin
Ashley Script
Linotype Astrology Pi #1
Linotype Audio Pi
Auriol
Auriol Black
ITC Avant Garde
ITC Avant Garde Condensed
ITC Avant Garde Medium
Avenir
Avenir Black