Theinhardt Extended

A milestone in grotesk type design, Theinhardt was designed by François Rappo after studying the origin of the modern Grotesks from the early 20th century. It is named after Ferdinand Theinhardt, a punchcutter and type designer whose visionary approach significantly shaped modern typography.

Theinhardt SemiExtended and Extended are the result of a detailed and precise study in search of perfect complementary widths. Each style has been masterly drawn and individually crafted. Theinhardt SemiExtended offers versatile qualities with a distinguished aptitude for small bodies of text; it is highly legible and has a distinct tint. While Theinhardt Extended, with its imposing look, is perfectly fit for display or short text.

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