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Languages Nederlands Tagalog Edit links. Fette Fraktur and the regular Fraktur typeface fette fraktur been confused for the blackletter script often mislabeled Fette fraktur English script, and which has become extremely popular in the world of hip-hop music and fashion. This heavy nineteenth century version was developed more for advertising than text, similar to the extremely heavy advertising versions of Didone classification faces like Poster Bodoni, Thorogood, and Fat Face.
For a span of nearly a hundred years, the original Fraktur script was used as a standard text face in German-speaking Europe and parts of Scandinavia.
Fette Fraktur in use
During the period of the Third Reich Fraktur and blackletter faces were initially approved of in contrast to sans-serif faces associated with the Bauhaus and cultural Bolshevism. Stempel typefaces Blackletter typefaces.
Views Read Edit View history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Weber Foundry published a version inand the D Stempel AG foundry published the version shown at right in In this modern decorative use the Fraktur fette fraktur about long s and short s or about ligatures are often disregarded, the knowledge of the old typographical conventions being lost.
This page was last edited on 1 Octoberat Eventually the ban on blackletter and Frakturs was lifted, but in Germany and Scandinavia the gette were largely replaced by the Antiqua roman alphabet.
Fette Fraktur in use – Fonts In Use
While the Nazis forbade its use for practical and ideological reasons, at the conclusion of World War II, the Allied forces also prohibited it for a time because occupation troops could not read these faces. Fette Graktur is a blackletter fette fraktur of the sub-classification Fraktur designed by the German punchcutter Johann Christian Bauer — in Those forms of blackletter, however, derive from Textualisnot Fraktur, and have been influenced by the chicano urban culture of Los AngelesCalifornia.
Retrieved from ” https: Another reason may have been their limited legibility outside of Germany. Emotional reaction to association with the Third Fette fraktur, and a sense that the faces were outdated vestiges fraotur the nineteenth century further reduced their use.