grotesque


Grotesque is a sturdy, realist style sanserif typefaces originating in the 19th century.

Articles 2

Uni Grotesk is a modern adaptation of the ubiquitous but awkward Universal Grotesk, a typeface that dominated communist Czechoslovakia.
Typeface stories · 7 March 2016 · English · 1550 words
The prolific founder of Werkplaats Typografie, Karel Martens focuses on the design of the Dutch architectural magazine OASE in his 1999 conversation with Peter Bi─żak.
Interviews · 29 November 2004 · English · 1412 words

Blogs 5

Uni Grotesk is a modern adaptation of the ubiquitous early 20th century Universal Grotesk, a typeface that dominated communist Czechoslovakia.
1 February 2016
Neutral, designed almost a decade ago, is now finally out. It takes inspiration from typefaces that seem ageless, remaining fresh and relevant even decades after they were designed.
14 April 2014
Book edition Thomas Bernhard, Autobiographische Schriften, designed by Clemens Schedler won the State Award 2010 at the Best Books of Austria.
9 April 2011
Plan Grotesque has been now updated with real small caps. This update is available for free to all registered users.
11 February 2011
Plan Grotesque is a sturdy, unpretentious typeface for text of any kind; it is a functional workhorse with enough character to be distinctive at larger sizes.
23 February 2010