A simulation typeface is a display typeface designed after a unique or stereotypical aspect of the letterforms or scripts of a different language.
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- Typeface § Mimicry typefaces
- Foreign branding
- Samples of display typefaces
- Samples of monospaced typefaces
- Samples of sans serif typefaces
- Samples of script typefaces
- Samples of serif typefaces
- ↑ Tereza Haralambous and Yannis Haralambous, "Characters, Glyphs and Beyond", Glyph and Typesetting Workshop, Kyōto, 2003. PDF, p. 24
- ↑ Chachra, Deb. "Faux Devangari". HiLoBrow. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
- ↑ Shaw, Paul. "Stereo Types". Print Magazine. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
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