Zapf, Hermann.Alternative names
German graphic artist, calligrapher and designer of typefaces.
From the guide to the Associates of the Stanford University Libraries logo and related correspondence, 1981-1982, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives)
The Euler Project at Stanford produced a digital typeface, consisting of over 500 mathematical characters, for the American Mathematical Society (AMS). The typeface, named after the 18th century mathematician Leonhard Euler, was designed by German type designer Hermann Zapf. The typeface was produced using the METAFONT type design language, developed by Donald E. Knuth at Stanford University, and formulated by the Digital Typography Group at Stanford University.
From the guide to the Stanford University, Euler Project, records, 1979-1988, (Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives)
- Computerized typesetting