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FB Hermes Family

Updated in 2010 with new weights, italics, and alternate glyphs (a, g, w, W, M) Hermes FB has become a much more versatile typeface.

Hermes

Schriftguss and Wollmer called it Hermes; Berthold called it Block. Heinz Hoffmann’s 1908 design inspired FB Hermes, which evokes the German grotesks that were workhorses of factory printing 100 years ago. Blunt corners suggest the wear and tear of rough presswork. Matthew Butterick created the original styles in 1995. In 2010, he added more weights, italics, and alternate glyphs to expand the family’s versatility.
Updated in 2010 with new weights, italics, and alternate glyphs (a, g, w, W, M) Hermes FB has become a much more versatile typeface.

Hermes

Schriftguss and Wollmer called it Hermes; Berthold called it Block. Heinz Hoffmann’s 1908 design inspired FB Hermes, which evokes the German grotesks that were workhorses of factory printing 100 years ago. Blunt corners suggest the wear and tear of rough presswork. Matthew Butterick created the original styles in 1995. In 2010, he added more weights, italics, and alternate glyphs to expand the family’s versatility.
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