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Letraset was a company known mainly for manufacturing sheets of typefaces and other artwork elements that can be transferred to artwork being prepared. Letraset has been acquired by the Colart group and become part of its subsidiary Winsor & Newton.
The Letraset business was founded in London in 1959, introducing innovative media for commercial artists and designers.
Their original product was the Letraset Type Lettering System. By 1961, Letraset’s dry rub-down Instant Lettering was improved. This was to be its core product for many years to come.
Starting in 1964, Letraset also applied the dry rub-down transfer technique to create a children’s game called Action Transfers, which would later develop into Kalkitos (marketed by Gillette) and many other series of transferable figures that were very popular up to the 1980s.
Seeing a decline in the sales of its materials in the early 1990s, Letraset moved into the desktop publishing industry, releasing software packages such as ImageStudio and ColorStudio for the Macintosh. These never saw widespread success. However, as Letraset held the rights to their fonts that had been popular on the dry transfer sheets, it made sense to enter the digital font market (see, for example, Charlotte Sans). Letraset thus began releasing many fonts in formats such as PostScript.