Author Archives: Harald Geisler

Martin Luther King Jr. handwriting font
Update #14

This update comes to you a bit earlier than usual. January 15th is Martin Luther King jr’s Birthday. So I thought it would be a good reason to release a new update.

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This Update adds the letters: ă â à ā ą å ã ć č ç ě ê ė è ē ẽ ḡ î ï ì ī į ĩ ĺ ł ń ň ñ ô ò ő ō õ ŕ ř ś š ţ û ù ű ų ů ũ ŵ ẁ ŷ ỳ ỹ ź ž ż as well as the $ and an alternative comma.

The new version will show up in your font menu as “Martin Luther King 2021 February”. I recommend uninstalling older versions to keep your font menu organized.

A big “Thank you.”
to everybody who supported the creation of the font this month. This update is possible because of the financial support of 23 people from around the world. I want to take some space to thank them:

J. Harris, Montgomery, Al 🇺🇸
J. Horton, North Turramurra, NSW 🇦🇺
N. Renner, New Britain, CT 🇺🇸
B. Desclee, Brussels 🇧🇪
K. Engelbrecht, Bern 🇨🇭
R. Wampler, Colorado Springs, CO 🇺🇸
D. Chamberlain, Benicia, CA 🇺🇸
H. de Wolf, Zaandijk 🇳🇱
K. Tilley, Linthicum Heights, MD 🇺🇸
C. Smith, Nedlands, WA 🇦🇺
J. Ford, New York, NY 🇺🇸
P. Herman, Bonsall, CA 🇺🇸
F. Chaplais, Ile de France 🇫🇷
J. Holze, Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt 🇩🇪
N. Wilson, Broken Arrow, OK 🇺🇸
N. Faulkner, Bournville, Birmingham 🇬🇧
T. Zwitserlood, Amsterdam, NH 🇳🇱
J. Wilson, Nashville, TN 🇺🇸
G. Sjölin, Örebro 🇸🇪
R. Lindsey, Grand Terrace, CA 🇺🇸
H. Colsman-Freyberger, Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg 🇩🇪
F. Engerer, Nürnberg, Bavaria 🇩🇪
H. Billetter, Kerpen, North Rhine-Westphalia 🇩🇪

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Let’s talk fonts.
Benchmark:
How close does the font come to the original?



On the left side you see the original manuscript and on the right side the same text set with the Martin Luther King font.

A significant step for me in creating a font is to compare an original manuscript with the font. I have added a PDF (Martin Luther King font comparison.pdf) to the font files. In the document, you can see the font side by side with an original manuscript.

My aim here is not to create a copy of a page but to capture a hand’s aesthetic so that the page is not a copy but could be the second page from the same writer.

This overview and comparison gives me a good insight into where the font needs improvement and where to continue work in the future.


Language support and marks.

With the last update in December, I introduced support for languages other than English. The font works fine in English. But to work in the 21st century, a font has to support many languages. For example, German needs the little two dots over a vowel to indicate a change in pronunciation. Or french is not possible to write without a beautiful acute.

You can imagine that finding samples of ä,ö,ü, or é isn’t easy. These letters need to be improvised based on the manuscripts at hand. For example, the dots from a lowercase i and j can indicate how Dr. King might have written an ö. This update adds the letters: ă â à ā ą å ã ć č ç ě ê ė è ē ẽ ḡ î ï ì ī į ĩ ĺ ł ń ň ñ ô ò ő ō õ ŕ ř ś š ţ û ù ű ų ů ũ ŵ ẁ ŷ ỳ ỹ ź ž ż

These letters come from a variety of languages written around the globe. It is one thing to design letters and another to create a handwriting font. Often the letter-form appears different when they are typed or written. Finding out the correct form of how to write a letter is not that easy. I remember one example, the “L with stroke,” which is used in Poland. A friend from Warshaw contacted me to correct my work. The “stroke” is not “stroked” across the letter, but as a wave gently placed above the letter. These details one can only get to know from someone who learned writing in that language.

Now that almost all letters of the alphabet are in the font (capital Z is still missing), I focus on marks and signs. While looking for missing characters, I came upon the last page of Dr. King’s seminar notes on Social Philosophy from October 3, 1961, to January 23, 1962. You can view the complete notes online at The Martin Luther King jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University. Here we see a spreadsheet with numbers and many Dollar signs.

Future Outlook

In the sample, we can also see a variety of numbers. Note the different fives at the beginning or end of a number. The font’s current numbers are from samples found in text samples and don’t work well in big numbers. An exclamation mark or question mark is still missing. You can expect additions to the numerals, symbols, and I am still very excited about initial and final letterforms in the next updates.


Question:
Do you know a teacher in the US?

On Monday, January 18th Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be celebrated in the US as a national holiday. The holiday is an annual reason to commemorate Dr. King’s life and work, especially in schools.

As an avid user of the font, I wanted to reach out to you and ask: Do you know a high-school teacher in the US? Please forward them the link to the site. I imagine using the font as a student to, for example, write a paper about Dr. King would be an inspiring and entertaining aid. I would be curious to see the possibilities of the font being used in this context. The font is free for personal and educational use.


Support the development of the Martin Luther King font.

I enjoy working on the project very much; I hope you enjoy the font. Without support, this project would not be possible! The more people support the project, the more time I can spend working on the font. I will add one additional letter for each 100€ ($110, £90) donated monthly. If you want to support: please donate monthly. The continuity will help me and the rhythm of the project. Thank you.
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Typographic Object #0 – 8
HOW
ARE
YOU

Nine Typographic Objects produced in context of the Typographic Postcard Series. The project was first presented on Kickstarter in September 2020.


Typographic Object #0
HOW ARE YOU

2020

sold

Owner: J. Ulanovsky, B. A., Argentina
November 2020


Typographic Detail:
On the first day of January in 2002, the Euro currency was introduced. After 1999 keyboard manufacturers started to print a € sign on the E key. This makes it easy to spot the age of a European keyboard.


Typographic Object #1
HOW ARE YOU

2020

sold

Owner: D. Low, Hornsby, Australia
November 2020


Typographic Detail:
On the first day of January in 2002, the Euro currency was introduced. After 1999 keyboard manufacturers started to print a € sign on the E key. This makes it easy to spot the age of a European keyboard.   


Typographic Detail #2:
Notice the letter’s position on the key. The H and U are in the lower left and not on the upper left like most keyboards. Instead of an extended upright type with a rather static appeal, the typeface used here is condensed and cursive which gives the keys a fast look. This design was used on Apple keyboards until the mid-2000s.


Typographic Object #2
HOW ARE YOU

(OREO Edition)
2020

sold

Owner: E. Kulzer, Astoria, NY, USA
November 2020


Typographic Detail:
On the first day of January in 2002, the Euro currency was introduced. After 1999 keyboard manufacturers started to print a € sign on the E key. This makes it easy to spot the age of a European keyboard.   


Typographic Detail #2:
Notice the letter’s position on the key. The H and U are in the lower left and not on the upper left like most keyboards. Instead of an extended upright type with a rather static appeal, the typeface used here is condensed and cursive which gives the keys a fast look. This design was used on Apple keyboards until the mid-2000s.


Typographic Object #3
HOW ARE YOU

(A1243)
2020

sold

Owner: A. Hinderling, Berlin, Germany
November 2020


Typographic Detail:
Typographic Object #3 is entirely made from keys taken form Apple A1243 keyboards, which was introduced in 2007. On its back, one reads: Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China Model No. A1243 EMC No. 2171.


Typographic Object #4
HOW ARE YOU

2020

sold

Owner: P. Borgwat, Haarlem, Netherlands
November 2020


Typographic Object #5
HOW ARE YOU

(IBM Model M)
2020

sold

Owner: Y. Kafai, Philadelphia, US
November 2020


Trivia:
The keys used are taken from IBM Model M Keyboards designed in 1984 and presumably built around 1989 (see picture below). The IBM Model M Keyboard was manufactured in the United Kingdom. The unit is still being produced but moved from IBM to Unicomp Inc, Kentucky, USA.

In PCWorld (Jul 8, 2008) Benj Edwards writes about the Model M:
“Stung by the criticism, IBM assembled a ten-person task force to craft a new keyboard, according to David Bradley, a member of that task force and of the 5150’s design team. Their resulting 101-key design, 1984’s Model M, became the undisputed bellwether for the computer industry, with a layout that dominates desktops to this day. As we peek under the hood of this legend, you’ll soon see why many consider the Model M to be the greatest keyboard of all time.”



Typographic Object #6
HOW ARE YOU

2020


Typographic Detail:
On the first day of January in 2002, the Euro currency was introduced. After 1999 keyboard manufacturers started to print a € sign on the E key. This makes it easy to spot the age of a European keyboard.   


Typographic Detail #2:
Notice the letter’s position on the key. The H is in the lower left and not on the upper left like most keyboards. Instead of an extended upright type with a rather static appeal, the typeface used here is condensed and cursive which gives the keys a fast look. This design was used on Apple keyboards until the mid-2000s.

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Typographic Object #7
HOW ARE YOU

2020


Typographic Detail:
On the first day of January in 2002, the Euro currency was introduced. After 1999 keyboard manufacturers started to print a € sign on the E key. This makes it easy to spot the age of a European keyboard.   

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Typographic Object #8
HOW ARE YOU

(TETRIS)
2020

Typographic Detail:
On the first day of January in 2002, the Euro currency was introduced. After 1999 keyboard manufacturers started to print a € sign on the E key. This makes it easy to spot the age of a European keyboard.   

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Martin Luther King font on Kickstarter


After creating fonts based on the handwriting of Sigmund Freud (2013), Albert Einstein (2015) and Martin Luther (2017), I would like to continue the series with Martin Luther King. The civil rights activist and minister’s actions and speeches resonated around the world and continue to inspire generations today. It is fair to say that we all know what his voice sounds like, but as a typographer I became curious: how did he prepare his speeches and organised his thoughts in writing, and what does Dr. King’s handwriting look like?

I was very happy to find that the clarity of his speeches resonates with the clarity of his handwriting. As you can see on the right, I created already a prototype of the font.

With approval from the King Estate in Atlanta, I launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds and upfront the production costs. Support the campaign and be the first to receive the font at a much cheaper price (1€ ≈ $1.10).

If the funding goal is not reached until October 26, the font will not be made.

I would be very happy if you would join me on this journey and share it with your family, friends and colleagues. See the campaign video below and find more details on Kickstarter.

    Nachdem Ich Computerschriften basierend auf den Handschriften von Sigmund Freud (2013), Albert Einstein (2015) und Martin Luther (2017) erstellt habe, möchte ich die Serie mit Martin Luther King fortsetzen. Die Aktionen und Reden des Bürgerrechtlers fanden Anklang und Nachhall in der ganzen Welt und inspirieren immer wieder aufs Neue. Man kann wohl sagen das wir Alle den Klang seiner Stimme kennen, aber als Typograf wurde ich neugierig: Wie hat er seine Reden vorbereitet und wie seine Gedanken schriftlich festgehalten, und wie sieht Dr. Kings Handschrift aus?

Mit Freude kann ich Feststellen das die Klarheit der Reden Kings sich auch in der Ästhetik seiner Handschrift widerspiegeln. Wie Sie sehen können habe ich bereits einen Prototypen des Fonts erstellen.

Mit Genehmigung des King Estate in Atlanta habe ich eine Kickstarter Kampagne gestartet um die Produktionskosten der Schrift vorzufinanzieren. Unterstützen Sie die Kampagne jetzt und erhalten die Schrift zu einem günstigeren Preis (1€).

Wird das Finanzierungsziel nicht bis zum 26. Oktober erreicht, wird die Schrift nicht erstellt.

Es würde mich sehr freuen wenn Sie an dieser Aktion teilnehmen und diese auch mit Ihren Kollegen, Freunden und Familie teilen würden. Mehr Details finden Sie auf der Kickstarter Seite.

 

WISH YOU WERE HERE

WISH YOU WERE HERE by Harald Geisler

WISH YOU WERE HERE Object
created 2018
signed on the backside

Framed 35x35x4.5cm

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Martin Luther Font

I am a typographer and specialised in handwriting fonts. In the past I created handwriting fonts based on Albert Einstein’s and Sigmund Freud’s handwriting.

Now I am following up on the series and create two new fonts, one based on Martin Luther’s manuscripts and then during 2018 to follow up with Martin Luther King’s handwriting. The monks writings were celebrated 2017 because of the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation. Next year will be the 50th anniversary of the assassination (1968) of the civll rights activist and minister.

With the font projects I aim to open a door through the aesthetic of handwriting to encounter the content of the historic figure of Luther and then in the following King.

Like my past projects I presented this on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter to upfront the production costs. 500 Backers from all over the world supported the Martin Luther font.

Original manuscript 1521 (↘)
Printed sample using the Martin Luther font prototype December 2017 (↓)

Ich bin Typograf aus Frankfurt am Main und mein Spezialgebiet ist Handschriften als Fonts umzusetzen. Zuvor habe ich die Handschrift von Albert Einstein mit der Hilfe des Einstein Archiv Jerusalem und die Sigmund Freud Schrift mit der Unterstützung des Sigmund Freud Museums in Wien realisiert.

Mit diesem Projekt setze ich die Reihe fort und kreiere einen Font basierend auf der Handschrift Martin Luthers. Im Laufe des Jahres 2018 möchte ich in der Folge Martin Luther Kings Handschrift digitalisieren. Die Schriften Martin Luthers wurden 2017 gewürdigt zum 500 jährigen Jubiläums der Veröffentlichung der 95 Thesen und dem Beginn der Reformation. 2018 erinnert an den traurigen 50. Jahrestag der Ermordung des Pfarrers und Bürgerrechtler.

Mit den Schrift Projekten hoffe ich über den ästhetischen Zugang der Handschrift eine Tür zu den Inhalten Luthers zu öffnen und eine Begegnung mit der historischen Figur Luther und in der Folge Martin Luther King zu ermöglichen.

Wie die Projekte zuvor ist auch diese Schrift über die Crowdfunding Plattform Kickstarter finanziert. 500 Unterstützer fanden sich weltweit zusammen um die Produktionskosten zu stemmen.

(↑)Luthers Handschrift von 1521
(←)Ausdruck des Martin Luther Font Prototypen Dezember 2017

Get the font and join the project.

Font erhalten und am Projekt teilnehmen.

Choose an option below and join the project. Within 1-5 Minutes you will receive an automated email with the Martin Luther font, ready to install on your computer or mobile device. You will further receive free future updates.

Along with the font, I am creating The Martin Luther Handwriting Book, a gorgeously printed collection of images, research, history, transcripts and more. The book comes as PDF with every font download — as soon as the final version is ready you will be notified through email.

Wählen Sie zwischen den Option weiter unten und nehmen Sie jetzt am Projekt teil. Sie erhalten innerhalb von 1-5 Minuten eine automatisierte Email mit der Schrift, welche Sie sofort auf Ihrem Computer oder mobilen Geräten installieren können. Weiterhin erhalten Sie kostenlose Updates während ich an der Schrift arbeite.

Begleitend zur Schrift werde ich das Martin Luther Handschriften Buch gestallten. Eine Sammlung von wunderschönen Abbildungen der Manuskripte, der entstanden Forschung, zum geschichtlichen Hintergrund der Handschrift, Abschriften der Briefe und mehr. Das Buch ist in digitaler Form als PDF bei jedem Schrift Download mit dabei — sobald die finale Version des Buches fertig ist erhalten Sie eine Benachrichtigung per Email.

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Font specifications:

The Martin Luther font will be delivered in OpenType format with PostScript outlines. This format is a standard and widely supported by all common operating systems like PC, Mac, Linux, iOS (iPhone & iPad) etc.

Features:

  • Terminal forms (letters at the end of a word)
  • Initial forms (specifically lowercase letters that are in the beginning of a word)
  • Medial Forms (letters in the middle of a word, like the “long s”)
  • Ligatures (like “ct” or “st”…)
  • Stylistic Alternative letters (e.g. two different versions of an lowercase “h” – so you can pick which h you like better)

Supported Languages/

Unterstützte Sprachen:

Afrikaans, Albanian, Asu, Basque, Bemba, Bena, Bosnian, Catalan, Chiga, Congo Swahili, Cornish, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Embu, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Gusii, Hawaiian, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Kabuverdianu, Kalaallisut, Kalenjin, Kamba, Kikuyu, Kinyarwanda, Lithuanian, Luo, Luyia, Machame, Makhuwa-Meetto, Makonde, Malagasy, Malay, Maltese, Manx, Meru, Morisyen, North Ndebele, Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk, Nyankole, Oromo, Polish, Portuguese, Romansh, Rombo, Rundi, Rwa, Samburu, Sango, Sangu, Sena, Shambala, Shona, Slovak, Slovenian, Soga, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Swiss German, Taita, Teso, Turkish, Vunjo, Zulu

Font Spezifikationen:

Die Martin Luther Schrift wird im OpenType Format mit PostScript outlines geliefert. Dieses Format wird von allen gängigen Systemen wie PC, Mac, Linux, iOS (iPhone & iPad) unterstützt.

Features:

  • Terminal(Abschließende) Formen – Buchstaben am Ende eines Wortes, z.B. das “schluss-s”.
  • Initial Formen – spezielle Formen der Kleinbuchstaben am Anfang eines Wortes
  • Medial Formen – spezielle Formen der Kleinbuchstaben in der Mitte eines Wortes z.B. das “lange-s”.
  • Ligaturen – spezielle Kombinationen von Kleinbuchstaben z.B. “ct”, “ff” oder “st” die im Verbund als besondere Form geschrieben werden.
  • Stilistische Alternativbuchstaben – z.B. finden Sie zwei Versionen des Kleinbuchstaben “h” – Sie können dann die Version auswählen die in der Situation besser passt.

What is the font be based on?

In 1521 Luther was ordered to defend his thesis in front of a trial which in itself could be seen as a sentence to death. He defended himself but only through his political supporters was granted safe conduct. The letter you’re seeing here was written shortly after the trial by Martin Luther to emperor Charles V. summarising his speech of defence. The pages of this letter I will use as a main source to create the font.

The document was recently selected as part of the “Memory of the World” of UNESCO and can be seen at Google Arts and Culture.

Worauf basiert der Font?

1521 wurde Luther aufgefordert seine Thesen auf dem Reichstag in Worms zu verteidigen, was damals für sich genommen als Todesurteil verstanden werden konnte. Er verteidigte seine Thesen, aber nur mit Hilfe seiner politischen Unterstützer war es ihm möglich Worms sicher wieder zu verlassen. Den Brief den Sie hier sehen hat Luther kurz nach der Verteidigung an Kaiser Karl V. geschrieben, in dem er seine Verteidigungsrede zusammenfasst. Die Seiten dieses Briefes werde ich als Ausgangspunkt für die Schrift verwenden.

Der Brief wurde vor kurzem in das UNESCO “Weltdokumentenerbe” Verzeichnis aufgenommen und kann unter anderem auf Google Arts and Culture mit anderen Dokumenten der Reformation betrachtet werden.

Inspiration

The idea to link Martin Luther and Martin Luther King jr. is inspired by a radio recording that I found in 2014 of a speech MLK gave on his visit to East Berlin in 1964, in which he references his name and link to the reformer.

The idea and effect to write “like someone” else is to me related to the effect of being named after someone — with these two projects I like to investigate this relatedness.

Inspiration

Das Projekt ist inspiriert von einem Radiomitschnitt von einer Rede Martin Luther Kings in der Ost Berliner Marienkirche 1964. Zu Beginn stellt er sich dem Publikum vor mit den Worten das er aufgrund seines Namens nicht ganz unbekannt sei, und das er froh sei das seine Eltern ihn nach dem “Great Reformer” benannt haben.

Mich hat dann die Frage beschäftigt wie es wohl jemanden prägt wenn man den Namen einer historischen Person trägt?

Mit den Handschrift Projekten stelle ich eine ähnliche Situation vor: was bedeutet es wenn ich mit der Handschrift von Einstein, Freud oder Luther schreibe? Das Folgeprojekt in 2018 wird die Handschrift von Martin Luther King sein, in dem ich diese Beziehung weiter untersuchen möchte.

FAQ • Frequently Asked Questions

Häufig gestellte Fragen

When and how will you get the font?
Immediately after purchasing the font (usually 1-5 minutes) you will receive an email invoice with two download links (one for Mac/PC/Linux and one for iOS devices). Use this download link to install the font on your computer and mobile device. Please note that sometimes these emails can land in your spam folder.

Updates
You will continuously receive updated and extended versions of the font. Your feedback is welcome and will help to improve the font.

What if I want to use the font for a company Organisation of more than 200 people?
If you need a license larger than offered please contact me.

What about Android?
It is not possible to install custom fonts on Android devices. This might change in the future. Stay tuned.

Wann und Wie erhalten Sie den Font?
Sofort nach dem Kauf (1-5 Minuten) erhalten Sie eine automatisierte Rechnung (Invoice) per Email mit zwei Download-Links (einer für Mac/PC/Linux Rechner und einen für iPhone/iPad). Mit dem entsprechenden Link können Sie den Font installieren. Achtung! gerne landen automatisierte Mails im Spam Ordner!

Updates
Sie erhalten kontinuierlich Updates während ich an dem Projekt arbeite. Ihr Feedback ist erwünscht und hilft mir dabei den Font von Update zu Update zu verbessern.

Ist es möglich den Font für ein Unternehmen oder Organisation mit mehr als 200 Mitgliedern zu kaufen?
Planen Sie den Font für eine großer Organisation oder Unternehmen zu erwerben, kontaktieren sie mich bitte hier.

Was ist mit Android?
Das Betriebssystem Android unterstütz nicht die Installation von Schriften. Es ist möglich das sich dies in der Zukunft ändert.

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