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Information about the typeface designer L'Abécédarienne and her fonts.

L'Abécédarienne is an alter-ego of Amy Conger, graphic artist and letterer.

She studied art at California State University, Northridge, then moved back to her native San Francisco. After 10 years of working in graphics production, she now teaches the subject at City College of San Francisco. On the side, she has been creating fonts that are odd and unusual, handlettered and stamped, and are free for everyone. The most popular of these fonts are Splurge and Thicket.

[Amy Conger, July 2003]

Fonts designed by L'Abécédarienne:

Dürer Everyday Tools
Dürer Latin Construction Capitals
Respess Capitals Excessive
Respess Capitals Heavy
Respess Capitals Light
Respess Capitals Medium
The Time of the Revolving Door and Friends
Ticket Capitals

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