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  • JTT Wayfarer Lg 02
  • JTT Wayfarer Lg 01
  • JTT Wayfarer Lg 04
  • JTT Wayfarer Lg 05
  • JTT Wayfarer Lg 06

Wayfarer Full family

  • Wayfarer Light
  • Wayfarer Regular
  • Wayfarer Medium
  • Wayfarer Semi Bold
  • Wayfarer Bold
  • Wayfarer Heavy
  • Wayfarer Light Italic
  • Wayfarer Italic
  • Wayfarer Medium Italic
  • Wayfarer Semi Bold Italic
  • Wayfarer Bold Italic
  • Wayfarer Heavy Italic
About Wayfarer
The origins of Wayfarer lie the Granby typeface developed by Stephenson Blake during the 1930s; itself reminiscent of the Underground typeface designed by Edward Johnston. Wayfarer develops elements of this face, but also some of the idiosyncratic qualities seen in the grotesque types of the latter half of the 19th century. There are some niche details such as the diamond dot over the i and j, and superior capitals – included as a nod to a piece of period typography, where superior small capitals appear in contractions on old street signs and company names. The family consists of 12 fonts with a character set that allows for detailed typography across a wide range of languages.
Designed by
Jeremy Tankard
End-user license agreement (EULA)
PDF Specimen
Current release
Mar 20, 2006
Initial release
Mar 20, 2006
Stylistic Alternates, Standard Ligatures, Small Capitals, Small Capitals from Capitals, Case-sensitive Forms, Subscript, Superscript, Lining Figures, Old-style Figures, Proportional Figures, Tabular Figures, Fractions
Font formats
Individual weights & styles (12 fonts)
Light, Regular, Medium, SemiBold, Bold, Heavy, Light Italic, Italic, Medium Italic, SemiBold Italic, Bold Italic, Heavy Italic
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