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Poem 18: The typist’s user agreement

by | Apr 24, 2018 | poetry | 6 comments

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  1. Anonymous

    That is a very interesting font, reminiscent of Bodoni with its high contrast between thick and thin strokes. The odd spacing just makes it more charming. What's the typewriter model and vintage?

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  2. Richard P

    It's a ca. 1953 Olivetti Lexikon 80. You can also find this typeface on other Olivetti models.

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  3. Anonymous

    A good companion to the manifesto

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  4. Bill M

    A manifesto in poetry.

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  5. John Cooper

    Thanks! It doesn't resemble the font used for the Lettera and Studio models, I don't think.

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  6. Richard P

    Several different typefaces were available for every Olivetti model. I have a Lettera 22 with this typeface.

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