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ITC Snap™ was conceived and drawn by David Sagorski and represents the creative ability and humor of this inventive designer. Sagorski was born in Kansas, but moved to southern Florida where he studied at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. This typeface shows the clear influence of cartoon graphics of the 1960s and 1970s. While visions of Gerald McBoing-Boing™ or the Jetsons™ may come to mind, such associations should not be limited to 'period' or animated graphics. Released in 1995, ITC Snap has the strength of Superman rippling beneath its angular forms and Latin serifs, and is an ideal design for headlines that demand attention.
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