Timberwolf Type
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Timberwolf Type

Timberwolf Type was for years the brand of Swedish type designer Lars Bergquist, renowned for his fine text faces, prolific output, and expert attention to historical detail. As distributors of some of his work—and fans generally—we're pleased to revive the Timberwolf Type brand here as a sort of master list of all Lars's designs, with links to specimens and places where you may purchase licenses. —B.W., Three Islands Press

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Aalborg™—Aalborg is intended for what the designer describes as "text display" situations. It has a roman and italic styles, as well as a small-caps font. (Copyright ©2001 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Baskerville 1757™—Baskerville 1757 seeks to recreate John Baskerville's original type the way it was really meant to look on paper. (Copyright ©1998, 2002 by Lars Bergquist; published by Fountain.)
Available from:
    » Fountain

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Baskerville Caps™—Baskerville Caps has two sets of large initial caps, the uppercase keys displaying a classical outline and the lowercase a floriate style. (Copyright ©1998 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Bucintoro™—Bucintoro is a modern version of the rotunda blackletter, the Gothic book hand of Italy and Spain in the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries. (Copyright ©1999 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
Available from:
    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Diorite™—Diorite is modern face built on classical letterforms—but left with a bit of residual roughness. (Copyright ©2005 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Eleonora™—Eleonora is in essence a modern typeface, showing more restraint in its finer details than even Baskerville. (Copyright ©1999 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Escorial™—Escorial is a classic calligraphic face with graceful, organic curves—and an extra lowercase swash font. (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Jena™—Jena "is as legitimately a Gothic script as anything current at that time north of the Alps, as Gothic as the rotunda was Romanesque." (Published by Psy/Ops.)
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    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Karolin™—Karolin's historical model is the calligraphed and then woodcut titling of the Swedish King Charles XII's Bible, printed in 1703. (Copyright ©2003 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Leyden™—Leyden is a clean, legible typeface family with a warm, approachable feel. Comes with many ligatures, a small-caps font, and an accompanying black sans. (Copyright ©2001 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Leyden News™—Leyden News is a variant of Leyden optimised for use in magazines, newspapers, and other uses requiring smallish, compact type. (Copyright ©2001 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Madrigal™—Madrigal is a handsome old-style book face with subtle slopes and flares. The family has four styles and a small caps font. (Copyright ©2004 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Midnight™—Midnight is a neon-sign–style font with two "gauges," Light and Bright, that works best when reversed out of a dark background (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Monteverdi™—Monteverdi has the proportions of a titling font, with long ascenders and descenders, and a correspondingly small x-height. (Copyright ©1997, 2002 by Lars Bergquist; published by Fountain.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Fonts.com
    » Fountain

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Montrachet™—Montrachet is a text version of Monteverdi, optimized for text sizes—but the conversion has been done in the spirit of classical lead type. (Copyright ©2002 by Lars Bergquist; published by Fountain.)
Available from:
    » Fountain

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

New Millennium™—New Millennium is a "modern style" serif face whose italic is a radical departure from tradition. (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

New Millennium Linear™—New Millennium Linear is a "monotone" version of New Millennium Sans, which gives it a completely different personality. (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
Available from:
    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

New Millennium Sans™—New Millennium Sans is a "humanist sans" in the Optima vein—but without certain quirks (e.g., the "waisted" strokes) of the latter. (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Paestum™—Paestum is a Latin typeface inspired by Greek inscriptions of the 6th and 5th centuries B.C. (Copyright ©2001 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Palaestra Group™—Praetorian, Proconsular, and Palaestra are three faces inspired by informal, painted Roman wall writing of the first centuries A.D. (Copyright ©2001 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Paracelsus™—Paracelsus is a modernized version of a classic Schwabach type style popular for printing in Germany and Scandinavia in the 16th and 17th centuries. (Copyright ©2001, 2003 by Lars Bergquist; published by Fountain.)
Available from:
    » Fountain

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

TWT Pavane™—TWT Pavane is a Garamond-style serif typeface based on Jean Jannon's Caractères de l'université of 1621. (Copyright ©1997, 1999 by Lars Bergquist; published by Timberwolf Type.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Fonts.com
    » Linotype
    » MyFonts.com
    » Phil's Fonts
    » Three Islands Press Type Foundry

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Philomela™—Philomela is an original Renaissance-style text face intended to recapture the "lead feeling" lost in most digital revivals. (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Pressroom™—Pressroom is a modern "legibility face," designed to be easy-to-read under even the harshest conditions. (Copyright ©2003 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

TWT Prospero™—TWT Prospero is impressively legible in book text while remaining ideal for use in display situations. (Copyright ©1998 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Rococo Titling™—Rococo Titling is a set of titling caps based on work done by Rosart and Fournier in the middle 18th century. (Copyright ©2001 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Ronsard™—Ronsard is a fancy, Renaissance-era cancellaresca with with both a normal italic style and a swash alphabet. (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
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    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Ronsard Script™—Ronsard is a fancy, Renaissance-era cancellaresca with with both a normal italic style and a swash alphabet. (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Sarabande™—Sarabande is a painstaking reproduction of Jean Jannon's famous "Garamond" of 1621. (Copyright ©1999 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Sekhmet™—Sekhmet got its name from the lion-headed war goddess of ancient Egypt. It's easy to see why. (Copyright ©2000 by Lars Bergquist; published by Three Islands Press.)
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    » 3IP Type Foundry

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Terra Nova™—"The impulse to create this typeface was the sight of an early Christian inscription in the porch of Santa Maria Cosmedin in Rome—in sans serif capitals!" (Copyright ©2004 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Triumphalis Titling™—Triumphalis Titling is an all-caps typeface that has two styles inspired by Roman imperial inscriptions. (Copyright ©2001 by Lars Bergquist; published by Psy/Ops.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Psy/Ops Type Foundry

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Waldstein™—Waldstein is a modern face that might have been placed somewhere in the evolutionary history between Baskerville and Bulmer. (Copyright ©2000, 2003 by Lars Bergquist; published by Fountain.)
Available from:
    » Fountain

Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

Whitenights™—Whitenights is a full-featured serif typeface family with four styles, plus ligatures, small-caps, and a special titling font. (Copyright ©2003 by Lars Bergquist; published by Linotype.)
Available from:
    » Font Shop International
    » Fonts.com
    » Linotype
    » MyFonts.com
    » Phil's Fonts

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Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type
Timberwolf Type

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