Theinhardt Pan offers an extended character set, which supports languages that use Cyrillic and Greek alphabets, in addition to those which use the Latin alphabet. It provides accurate and genuine letterforms created for international communication. 

A milestone in the development of grotesque type design, Theinhardt was designed by François Rappo, after studying the origins of sans-serif typefaces emerging from the late nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries. The typeface is named after Ferdinand Theinhardt, whose visionary approach significantly shaped modern typography as he opened a new range of possibilities for the grotesque genre—scholars are continuing to uncover details about this fascinating typographic saga. Theinhardt was released nearly fifty years after the revolutionary arrival of neo-grotesque typefaces, which thrived in the Swiss-style context. Looking at this fantastic line of descent, François Rappo meticulously created a new typeface, valorizing the quality and heritage of its sans-serif ancestors.

Theinhardt is composed of nine complementary weights, each masterfully drawn with their corresponding italics and offering a wide range of possibilities. A solid and well-proven typeface Theinhardt combines the best historical features of early grotesque typefaces in a contemporary adaptation fit for extensive modern usage. It is “the original grotesque” par excellence.

Theinhardt Pan
18 styles

Pan Hairline
Pan Hairline Italic
Pan Ultralight
Pan Ultralight Italic
Pan Thin
Pan Thin Italic
Pan Light
Pan Light Italic
Pan Regular
Pan Italic
Pan Medium
Pan Medium Italic
Pan Bold
Pan Bold Italic
Pan Heavy
Pan Heavy Italic
Pan Black
Pan Black Italic