Mendelson is an Art Nouveau inspired typeface which is based on a design by Paul Lang (1877-1937). Originally the typeface was named Langschrift (meaning long type) and was released by the Flinsch foundry in Frankfurt am Main in 1905.
With its rigorous verticals and squarish shapes Mendelson works best as a display typeface. Low contrasts and balanced proportions make this typeface both bold and elegant. It is best used when centered in symmetrical settings.
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