a typeface by Feòrag

Lindberg is based on a font used for the recipe names in an early 20th century Latvian vegetarian cookbook. This type lies somewhere in-between blackletter and Art Nouveau styles; the recipes themselves are set in a classic blackletter typeface. The book appears to be a translation from Danish, and Lindberg is the name of the author.

This typeface has over 600 glyphs. As well as all those required to write European languages which use Latin script, Greek and Cyrillic characters are included. If you do not have the appropriate keyboard driver installed, they can be found using the Glyphs/Special Characters menu item in most MacOS X applications.

The image below gives a sample of some of the characters included in the font:

The typeface comes in two 'flavours'. The OTF version is PostScript-flavoured OpenType; the TTF is TrueType-flavoured OpenType. Both should work on MacOS X, Linux and Windows systems. If you use MacOS 8 or 9, only the OTF version will work on these systems. If you have a PostScript printer, you should also choose the OTF version.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

Note that the license includes the provision Any of these conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder. You already have my permission to use this font for commercial purposes, such as in a magazine or advertising, and do not need to ask (though a copy of whatever you used it for would be nice). There is also no need to credit me when using the typeface in this way. If you wish to redistribute this font commercially, including on a website with paid-for advertising, you must still get my permission to do so and you must make clear to others the license terms of this work.

Download OTF version 1.0 [Zip 88 Kb]
Download TTF version 1.0 [Zip 152 Kb]