F37 Jan features eccentric ink traps, specially designed geometric licks, and is a hybrid of two classic faces.
The initial inspiration for our F37 Jan font family was Matthew Carter’s Bell Centennial, which was used in the AT&T telephone directory. We loved the way the ink traps and large contours made the text easier to read in small sizes.
But we were also taken by the geometry and modernism that inspired Jan Tschichold’s Untitled sans serif (found in stylistic set 2). So we decided to create a hybrid design, and to give it Tschichold’s first name.
Old Style Numerals
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