|The Bembo, a Font Type|
The Bembo was first created in 1495, by Francesco Griffo. Griffo, who was from Venice, Italy, was considered one of the first modern type designers, meaning he created types for the mechanical craft of printing. He created the Bembo, which is considered one of the modern in its appearance compared to all types created in the 15th century.
|Francesco Griffo, also known as Francesco da Bologna|
|Stanley Morison, the man credited for the revival of the Bembo.|