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I recently acquired some copies of the Swedish Art Nouveau style magazine Bland Tomtar och Troll, with great illustrations by artists like Gustav Tenngren and John Bauer.  It also features some interesting lettering which I used as the basis for designing the new Trollhjem font.

Bland Tomtar och Troll is a rather rare magazine, but the font is not. It has a full character set and a full set of punctuation and alternative characters. It’s interesting looking and has a lot of character. Great for title and caption uses.

There is no demo version of Trollhjem, but you can BUY AND DOWNLOAD the full version online for only $29.

 

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