Graphic Design & Visual Communication
Berlin-based type designer Ulrike Rausch established her own type foundry called LiebeFonts in 2009. She is designing high-quality typefaces with a charming personality and obsessive attention to detail. Her growing portfolio of handwriting fonts has been used in publications, advertisements, and websites all over the world. Her work focuses on pushing the boundaries of font technology, allowing her to be an expert in the fields of OpenType features, variable fonts, and color fonts. In addition, Ulrike enjoys teaching and giving type design workshops in her studio. Together with letterer and writer Chris Campe, she wrote the book Making Fonts!, a comprehensive guide to type design and font production.
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