Strasbourg is an old Alsatian town developed on the banks of the Rhine
The river is not a natural boundary, but an artery exchange of ideas, people and different products.
This has been reflected on the city, which over time has developed a strong multicultural identity. In fact, when walking through, we can see typographical and architectural styles from all over central europe.
The Romans left a passion for the roman capitals, but especially for the stone, engraved everywhere, from street names to monuments, reaching maximum expression in the Gothic cathedral where the medieval stonemasons mixing Roman capitals, Gothic and Uncial for creating new styles.
In contemporary age fonts and digital signs have taken hold, especially outside the city center, but fortunately also painting and other techniques of handicraft production continue to be used by giving a certain historical continuity to typography town.
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