David Kindersley

(1915—1995) letter-cutter and alphabet designer

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Apprenticed to E. Gill, he later established his own studio in Cambridge. He originated the letter-spacing system used by Letraset, designed the standard English street signing alphabet (1950s), and developed the typeface Octavian for Monotype with Will Carter (1962).

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