Graphik LCG Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:22, Views: 2073


Graphik was inspired from all parts of the 20th century. The heavy end of the family is based in part on Paul Renner’s Plak, a relatively obscure display typeface cut only in large sizes of woodtype, that is related to his heavier weights of Futura but has rounder, friendlier, fatter proportions. For the lighter weights, Schwartz was more influenced by the less popular sans serifs that many European foundries released to compete with Futura, Helvetica and Univers – the juggernauts of 20th century sans serifs – such as Neuzeit Grotesk, Folio, Recta, and Maxima. None of these families were groundbreaking, but many of them had a certain quirky charm.

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