Schmalfette CP CounterPoint

1 Font
£19.00

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There are 282 glyphs contained in this font, including OpenType variants accessible via OpenType applications.

Desktop Licence

This is the most common type of font license, allowing you to install a font on your desktop computer or laptop for use in all major desktop software pages such as InDesign, Word, Illustrator, and Photoshop, in both Mac and Windows. You can then use your fonts for making and printing documents, and also in images that contain the font as a graphic. You need to register the font for every computer where it will be used, so be sure to purchase the correct number of computer users.


Webfont Licence

This gives you the permission to use a font on your website, allowing it to be properly displayed in any web browser. By selecting the webfont license you will receive fonts with the CSS rule @font-face only. Webfonts can’t be installed for use in design, layout, illustration, word-processing or other programs on your computer, they are for online usage only as you will also need a Desktop license for that type of usage. Webfonts are licensed for a monthly number of page views, and also for the number of domains where they are used. See our webfont FAQ section for more detailed information on this.


eBook Licence

Our eBook license provides you with the rights for the font to appear in any format that uses embedded e-text, such as any digital book, magazine, or publication. Our eBook fonts are licensed for the total number of published titles.


Application Licence

This gives you permission to use a font in iOS, Android, Google, or Windows Phone applications on hand-held devices. Our application fonts are unlimited, so once you’ve licensed the font you can install it in as many applications as you like.


Server Licence

This allows fonts to be used in online applications where the user creates personalized products containing fonts that aren’t licensed to them personally. This includes posters, gift cards, clothing, mugs, business cards, stickers, wedding invitations, device cases, and other personalised gifts. This is a one-year license that needs to be renewed, and the cost is based on the number of servers where the font is installed, hence the name.


Gaming Licence

Our gaming license allows you to install fonts within video games on any platform or device. It also allows the installation of fonts within gambling devices, portable or kiosk-style, as well as any online, tablet, or mobile related gaming device. Usage is granted according to the total number of devices specified on purchase. So… if you’re looking to launch your game on three platforms, for example PS4, iOS, and Android, then you’ll need three gaming licenses.


Available Buying Options: Desktop, Webfont, Extended

  • Schmalfette CP - Regular

    £19.00

About this font

SchmalfetteCP is the result of another collaboration between designers Jason Walcott and Rob King. King suggested that Walcott revive this wonderful and somewhat forgotten sans serif typeface from the mid 1950s. Originally designed by Walter Haettenschweiler in 1954, Schmalfette Grotesk was used for many years in the German magazine "Twen". The typeface was notoriously hard to acquire at the time and graphic designers in the USA often resorted to cutting letters from the Twen magazines and reusing them in their own designs. Later, when digital type came along several typefaces very similar were created that claimed to be digital revivals of Schmalfette Grotesk. However, they are actually only loosely based on the original. The proportions are different and in some cases a lower case was added. The original font was all caps. At Rob King's suggestion, Jason Walcott has strived to recreate the most faithful digital revival possible of the original Schmalfette Grotesk with the new version of SchmalfetteCP. In some cases small changes were made to accommodate today's digital needs (e.g. web fonts), but anyone who has ever searched for this typeface now has a version available that most closely resembles Haettenschweiler's original work. Schmallfette CP comes in OpenType format in both .ttf and .otf files and offers support for all Latin based and Eastern European languages.

Available Formats

Opentype (OTF)
@Font-Face Webfont

Compatibility

Mac & PC Compatible