A selection of single weights for, say, $1 or $5, or whatever. Be warned, after a taste of the good stuff you may be back to collect the rest of the family.
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Playing up the more idiosyncratic parts of the English Grotesque, Mark Caneso’s latest incorporates exuberant curves, subtly curled terminals, and rare forms such as its upright looped k.
Though it undeniably makes a strong reference to Weiss Antiqua, Anziano possesses a quieter texture, with more thoroughly harmonized character widths and unified glyph details.
Marco offers a fresh perspective on the Venetian (or Aldine) letter—warm, but not overwarm on the page, full of sharp details, and fully suited to setting long text.
Dieter Hofrichter draws from the protoypical humanist sanses of Johnston and Gill, adjusting the proportions to meet more contemporary views of how a sans ought to behave.
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