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République

Republique_metroThe 4 RÉPUBLIQUE fonts were inspired by the lettering on this style of Paris Metro sign, designed by the architect Adolphe Dervaux and first installed in 1924. This design coexists with the more famous Art Nouveau “Metropolitain” signs, designed by Hector Guimard in 1900 and made of sinuous wrought iron. The “Candelabra Dervaux” uses simpler Art Deco letterforms, cut out of red metal, and illuminated from the back. The double row of stencil-style supports resembles train tracks.

Republique_altFor fun, I’ve included a few alternate characters in the lowercase positions and created a Solid font without the horizontal lines, and two Shadow fonts.

Each font includes caps, numbers, punctuation, and international characters.

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