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It is the first original Japanese typeface in Monotype's history. Petersburg, he ran a Linotype student type design workshop. Examples: Japanese Zen Sampler1 (2001), The Tombwinterandspring1 (1997, "heavily inspired by the incised letters from the tomb of Henry III, Westminster Abbey, about 1272"), Thorns (1997), Vampyres Garden (1997, initial caps inspired by a copy of the Romant de la Rose from the beginning of the 16th century), Hoursinthe Rain (1997), Seven Wavessighs Salome (1997, caps). He showcases great Arab, Japanese and Chinese calligraphy.
In 2008-2009, Akira Kobayashi and Tom Grace unified and extended Trade Gothic to Trade Gothic Next (17 styles).
For a project, he created the Latin poster typeface Midsummer Nights Dream. In 2012, she won the Bronze Prize in the Kanji category of the Morisawa Type Design Competition for Suzumushi. His typefaces: Linotype: Akko Sans and Akko Rounded (2011; Akko Rounded is situated between DIN, Isonorm and Cooper Black, while Akko Sans is an elliptical organic sans related to both DIN and Neue Helvetica), Akko Condensed (2015), Akko Pro Condensed (2015), Akko Pan-European (2015), Eurostile Next (2008, after Aldo Novarese's original), Eurostile Candy and Eurostile Unicase, Cosmiqua (2007, a lively didone serif family based on 19th century English advertising types, and in particular Miller&Richard's Caledonian Italic), Metro Office (2006, a severe sans after a family of Dwiggins from the 20s), Neuzeit Office (2006, modeled after the original sans serif family Neuzeit S, which was produced by D.
His typeface Ensoku (2013-2014) won an award at the Morisawa Type Design Competition 2014. He also studied calligraphy at the London College of Printing. Akira Kobayashi, who was based in Tokyo prior to his move to the Franfurt area, is an accomplished type designer who has created numerous typefaces for Sha-Ken, Dainippon Screen (where he made the kanji font Hiragino Mincho), Type Bank (from 1993-1997), ITC and Linotype, where he is Type Director since 2001. His numerous awards include the Type Directors Club awards in 1998 (ITC Woodland), 1999 (the art deco styled ITC Silvermoon, and ITC Japanese Garden), and 2000 (FF Clifford), the 1999 Kyrillitsa award for ITC Japanese Garden, the 3rd International Digital Type Design Contest by Linotype Library (for the informal and quirky 4-style Linotype Conrad (1999): Linotype states that Kobayashi took his inspiration from a print typeface of the 15th century created by two German printers named Konrad Sweynheim and Arnold Pannartz), and the 5th Morisawa International Typeface Competition (in which he received an Honourable Mention for his typeface Socia Oldstyle). Stempel AG and the Linotypes design studio in 1966. Stempel AG's DIN Neuzeit, created by Wilhelm Pischner between 19), DIN Next (2009, based on the classic DIN 1451), Times Europa Office (2006, modeled after the original serif family produced by Walter Tracy and the Linotypes design studio in 1974.
Neue Frutiger (2009, with Adrian Frutiger) has twice as many weights as the orifinal Frutiger family. He also made another full (free) didone-style unicode font, Kandata (2004).
Later in 2009, the extensive DIN Next Pro, codesigned with Sandra Winter, saw the light. Here you can download his Tsuitiku-Kana family from 2004 until 2005. Some font downloads, including the Unicode font MPH Damase (2005, Mark Williamson).