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Ann Pomeroy

Information about the typeface designer Ann Pomeroy.

Ann Pomeroy started designing typefaces at Rolling Stone in the late '70s, where she was the typographer. Those were made into two-inch film fonts for the hand-cranked device, the VGC Phototypositor.

When PostScript fonts arrived, she started working in the late 80s on a project with Paula Scher, revising some of her favorite types. Later she designed the Newsweek logo with Jim Parkinson and Roger Black.

[Roger Black, February 2007]

Fonts designed by Ann Pomeroy:

Corvinus Skyline
Deco Wave
Hubba Bubba
Sitcom Outline
Spire Monoline
Tutu One

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