|MetaBuch||Light||Desktop: OTF||Jonathan Maghen|
MetaBuch is a fixed-width, sans-serif typeface based on the Metafont program (1979) of Donald Knuth, and the Visible Language Workshop (1974–1984) of Muriel Cooper. The typeface was inspired by the parallel work of Knuth (Stanford Computer Science) and Cooper (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) during the 1970s and 1980s. MetaBuch resembles the original MetaFont (one of many outputs, including Computer Modern Serif, from the Metafont program) but has several important additions, including a high x-height and overshoots to help improve legibility, which make it suitable for both display and text. MetaBuch has 120 glyphs with basic Latin characters, lining figures, alternates, ligatures, punctuation, and symbols. License includes 1 style: Light, with Desktop (OTF), Web (WOFF), and App (TTF) font formats for Print, Web, App, and Broadcast use. The Desktop (OTF) format is available to request/use free for self-initiated, non-profit, and cultural projects. Typeface designed by Jonathan Maghen. Licensed fonts distributed via e-mail. EULA.
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