I kept tinkering with it though and revised it many times after the first year before Mr. Keedy told Rudy at Emigre about my fonts and Template Gothic began to get some publicity. In 1991, Emigre released the Template Gothic fonts (there was a bold weight by then) and Rudy used the font for every word of Emigre issue #19 [see the dedicated post]. One year later, TimeWarner’s Frankfurt Gips Balkind-designed annual report would drop, with all headlines and text—even the financials—set in Template Gothic.
In addition to – indeed lots of – Template Gothic, there is Futura Extra Bold for TimeWarner and an unidentified Japanese font for “リーダーシップ” on the cover. The third image features a stretched typewriter style for the months. It’s not Trixie, and while Smithy XT and Typo Writer come close, those didn’t exist yet at the time.