Classification: Grotesque

  1. Classic Grotesque Typeface
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    An update of Monotype Grotesque that was first published in 1926, Rod McDonald’s Classic Grotesque combines both traditional and contemporary…

  2. Dezen Pro Typeface

    Dezen is a contemporary, mechanical grotesque typeface. Its letters were first constructed from individual modules and then optically refined to…

  3. DIN Typeface

    The letters DIN refer to the Deutsche Industrie-Norm, the German Industrial Standard; among their many uses, these typefaces are the…

  4. Eurydome Typeface
  5. FF Dagny Typeface
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    In 2002, the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter (DN) changed from broadsheet to tabloid “ a change that came along with…

  6. FF Daxline Typeface
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    Hans Reichel’s revised and improved version of FF…

  7. FF DIN Typeface

    In 1994, in San Francisco, Albert-Jan Pool and Erik Spiekermann took a cab together from the ATypI conference to the…

  8. FF Sero Typeface
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    FF Sero combines the striking forms of an American Grotesque with the legibility of a Humanist Sans Serif typeface. It…

  9. Figgins Sans Typeface

    Part of the Modern Suite with Scotch…

  10. Filmotype Gem Typeface

    Initially designed in the early-to-mid 1950s, Filmotype Gem is the boldest member of Filmotype’s larger Grotesque condensed ‘G’ series sans…

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