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Retrieved 15 October Grotesque sans-serif typefaces Stephenson Blake typefaces. Upload a photo to scan for similar type.
Jill Pichotta, Christian Schwartz, and Richard Lipton expanded the styles further, at which point the family name was shortened to Bureau Grot Among other uses, Bureau Grot is recommended for Newspaper and Magazine use.
Grotesque Category Sans-serif Classification Grotesque Foundry Stephenson Blake The Stephenson Blake Grotesque fonts are a series of sans-serif fonts fony by printing company Stephenson Blake of Sheffield mostly around the end of the nineteenth century.
It was also an opportunity to widen the typographic references for the new font. Retrieved 8 October The Typography of Press Advertisement. White 6 September Application of the original Granby Condensed type was, however, difficult practically. Retrieved 9 October The family of typefaces was sold by number rather than using weight names.
Retrieved 22 August Retrieved from " https: It was not available in digital form, and felt to be just too condensed, with the proportion of ascender to x-height, too uncomfortable for use on the signing project.
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Add to Web Project. Last edited by paul weitzel on September 16, The Stephenson Blake Frot of the late nineteenth century should not be confused with the first sans-serif font ever made, the capitals-only Caslon Egyptian of c.
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Work Sans is a 9 weight typeface family based loosely on early Grotesques — i. The Western Heritage of Type Design. I was keen to look at other early sans serif types, especially those from Stephenson, Blake and most notably their Grotesque series. From Gutenberg to OpenType: So there arose an opportunity to design a new typeface and at the same time tailor it to the specific needs of the Sheffield project.
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