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Richard Kegler is an American typographer. He is the founding partner of P22 type foundry, which originated in 1994 as an outgrowth of his Master’s thesis project on Marcel Duchamp. Kegler’s background in typography and book arts includes ventures in bookbinding and letterpress printing. However, the historical context and background of type continue to be his greatest interest and shape the evolution of P22. Rich is also the founder of the Western New York Book Arts Collaborative.
Typefaces by Richard Kegler: Daddy-O, Dwiggins, Dyrynk, Platten, Preissig Lino
- "P22 type foundry".
- "Western New York Book Arts Collaborative".
- "Typophile Typowiki Article: Richard Kegler".
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