ITC Lubalin Graph® was designed by Herb Lubalin and drawn by Tony DiSpigna and Joe Sundwall in 1974. They based the geometric skeletons of this new typeface on Lubalin's earlier ITC Avant Garde, but modified the shapes to add big square (or rectangular) serifs. This style is sometimes called "slab serif" or "Egyptian." The condensed weights, which include small caps and Old style Figures, were added by Helga Jörgenson and Sigrid Engelmann in 1992. ITC Lubalin Graph has a strong and open look with its solid serifs, open counters, and tall x-height. It's a good choice to convey practicality and stable friendliness.
ITC Lubalin Graph supports 72 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)