hebrew secondary styles

nicolefally's picture

dear typophiles,
i write my ‘reading dissertation’ about hebrew secondary styles. now i am looking for hebrew type designs that create a set of styles (through structural change and within the same weight). i know about ismar david’s david (and linotype’s david hadash), henri friedlaender’s (unreleased) attempt of hadassah cursive and ben nathan’s days and nights. does one of you happen to know other examples / attempts that try to create a complementing style for highlighting within texts for continuous reading ?
many thanks in advance, nicole

John Hudson's picture

You might want to post this query to the Typophile Hebrew forum:
http://typophile.com/forum/373

nicolefally's picture

ok, thank you, i will do that.

johnzaci's picture

Great way of expressing the hearty feelings to words. I appreciate the way you redirect and advice @nicolefally.
Thanks for sharing the information. zara is impressed with your post too, "She said to me"

kentlew's picture

You might also try contacting Scott-Martin Kosofsky: http://philidor.com/principalSMK.htm

He has done some specialty Hebrew typesetting and may have some thoughts or examples.

nicolefally's picture

thank you, kent ! i will ask him.

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