LaSalle (Filmotype)

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Canada Type's second contribution to the historic Filmotype collection comes in the form of Filmotype LaSalle, a classic American brush type landmark.

Among the very first handwritten script fonts offered by Filmotype in the beginning of the 1950s, Filmotype LaSalle was designed by Ray Baker, a former Lettering Inc employee at the time who named the face after LaSalle street in downtown Chicago. This new digital version was digitized and expanded by Patrick Griffin.

Filmotype LaSalle was developed from the original font filmstrips and includes a full international character compliment, automatic fractionals, ordinals, and a very large set of alternate characters and ligatures to allow flawless typesetting in dynamic OpenType format.

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You can buy & test LaSalle (Filmotype) online at Font Bros.