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About Pfeffer Simpelgotisch Font
PFEFFER SIMPELGOTISCH is a particularly simple variant of the textura—that blackletter scripture which, starting from the 11th century with the advent of the Gothic style, had evolved from the Carolingian minuscule via the Gothic minuscule. The prevalent typeface of an age roughly reﬂects the era’s architecture: The Carolingian minuscule’s roundings correlate to the Romanesque round arches, while the textura’s letters are as peaked and as upright as Gothic architecture. Sans-serif on the contrary breathes the spirit of our concrete age, and antiqua is apparently to stand for anything in between, from Renaissance to Classicism. Following this ﬁnding, the pointed arch is the essential stylistic feature of Pfeffer Simpelgotisch, which for the rest is quite unornamental.