P22 Mackinac Pro

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Credits

Designer(s)
Mike Beens
Foundry(ies)
P22 type foundry , IHOF
Release Year
2011
Country of Origin
United States
Classification
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Original Format
Digital
Distributor(s)
P22
Tags
ligatures, ordinals, serif

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P22 Mackinac Pro spans four centuries of type design, bridging the Old World with the New. This family of four weights and corresponding italics is of old style construction, with a diagonal weight stress. Contrast between thick & thin is modest and proportioned the same for all fonts. The tall x-height recommends itself to a wide variety of text and display uses; including advertising, publishing, signage and packaging.

P22 Mackinac Pro (pronounced Mackinaw) is a general-purpose, utilitarian design incorporating an abundance of OpenType features: small caps, ligatures, ordinals, numerous figure options plus a few bonus goodies. Mackinac supports 56 languages using extended Latin character sets.

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Last edited by Dave Dawson on September 9, 2011, 12:57pm EST

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