Script: Floridana [STD]

»Floridana« is a digitizing of a handwriting font of Hildegard Korger. It was published in 1965 by Typoart Dresden as »Typoskript«. Hildegard Korger was very good teacher and professor at the 'Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig' since 1968.
Born in 1935, she is famous for her writing on type and lettering, and some of her calligraphic productions. In »Floridana« are Latin Extended-A and Ligatures supported in OpenType.

Floridana have ligatures and contextual alternates to help with flow and readability. It can be used for invitations, greeting cards, posters, advertising, weddings, books, menus etc.
Whether it be the swee­ping eagle in his flight, or the open apple-blos­som, the toiling work-horse, the blithe swan, the bran­ching oak, the winding stream at its base, the drif­ting clouds, over all the cour­sing sun, form ever follows func­tion, and this is the law. Where func­tion does not change form does not change. The gra­nite rocks, the ever broo­ding hills, remain for ages; the light­ning lives, comes into shape, and dies in a twink­ling. It is the per­va­ding law of all things or­ga­nic and in­or­ga­nic, of all things phy­si­cal and me­ta­phy­si­cal, of all things hu­man and all things su­per­hu­man, of all true ma­ni­fes­ta­tions of the head, of the heart, of the soul, that the life is re­cog­ni­za­ble in its ex­press­ion, that form ever fol­lows func­tion. This is the law.

[Louis H. Sullivan; 1856 – 1924]