New Thesaurus Display Italic
Thesaurus, the Swiss/French typeface for editorial purposes, gets new italic fonts ideal for large headlines and short texts.
Exactly a year ago we published Thesaurus, a typeface inspired by the types that Robert Estienne brought from Paris to Geneva. Today we expand its collection of display fonts with italic styles that make Thesaurus sharper and even more dignified.
Based on feedback from Thesaurus’ first users, Fermín Guerrero created new, high-contrast display styles, which required rethinking many of the original terminations and removing optical compensations designed to enhance small sizes. The result is a confident yet elegant typeface that can be used on its own to set short texts, or in combination with other styles of Thesaurus to create complex hierarchies.