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Colin M. Ford
Linda Hintz
Emma Laiho
Malte Herok
Lauri Toikka
Florian Schick
Kunihiko Okano
Sun Jung Hwang
Alpkan Kirayoglu
Yanone
Marina Chaccur
Yassin Baggar
Colin M. Ford
Linda Hintz
Emma Laiho
About the typeface :
Taiga
Taiga is a type family for books, especially fiction books and poetry. It consists of four styles: Roman, Italic, Bold and a Text Italic. The Text Italic is a parallel style to the Roman, intended for setting longer italic captions, translations, or wherever you need a second, more informal tone of voice.
About the designer :
Emma Laiho
Emma Laiho studied in Aalto University School of Art and Design in Helsinki but caught the type fever during her exchange studies at the Royal Academy of Arts (KABK), Den Haag. A couple of years later it was time to return to the Netherlands for Type]Media. Her graphic design work has been concentrated on editorial and book design, so it is logical that her main focus in type design so far has been learning the intricacies of text type.
Emma on the web: http://www.emmalaiho.net
Emma on Twitter: @emmalaiho
Malte Herok
Lauri Toikka
Florian Schick
Kunihiko Okano
Sun Jung Hwang
Alpkan Kirayoglu
Yanone
Marina Chaccur
Yassin Baggar
We would like to thank
all our teachers and contributors:

Akiem Helmling, Alessandro Colizzi, Bas Jacobs, Christian Schwartz, Christoph Noordzij, Donald Beekman, Erik van Blokland, Françoise Berserik, Frank Blokland, Fred Smeijers, Frederik Berlaen, Gerard Unger, Indra Kupferschmid, Jan de Jong, Jan Willem Stas, Johan de Zoete, Just van Rossum, Kris Sowersby, Liza Enebeis, Luc[as] de Groot, Mathieu Lommen, Miguel Sousa, Paul Barnes, Paul van der Laan, Peter Biľak, Peter Matthias Noordzij, Peter Verheul, Petr van Blokland, Rejane Dal Bello, Rick Vermeulen, Rickey Tax, Sébastien Morlighem, Tal Leming

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