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Grotesque fonts

Grotesques fonts (sometimes called ‘grotesk’) are among the earliest sans serif designs. Instead of true italics they often come with obliques or slanted (sometimes optically adjusted) versions of the upright letters. Grotesque fonts are typically characterized by low contrast and, although once considered rather plain, they now come in a dizzying array of weights and widths, from rather neutral designs to others which blur the boundaries between grotesque, neo-grotesque, and other categories of sans serifs. Among the modern-day classic grotesque typefaces is the large Brandon Grotesque font family.


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