2019–2022 | 4 styles | From 54€
Besides having its roots in Royal Gothic by P.M. Shanks (known as London Gothic in the U.S.), Larsen also takes cues from the somewhat related German typeface Zeitungs-Grotesque, both of which made their first appearance in the 1870s. Strict reviving is discarded with more even stroke widths in addition to taking other liberties with design, for example dealing with the clunky, out-of-place S and s. While toning down certain aspects of the original Royal Gothic, other distinctive details are amplified, such as the low radius round-to-straight shapes of B, D, P and R. All this while avoiding overly clean and modular appearance. The original normal width is expanded to a range of four widths while keeping the overal density coherent.
Proportional lining figures (default)
Proportional oldstyle figures
Tabular lining figures
Negative circled figures
Punctuation and symbols
Mathematical symbols and currencies
Arrows and geometric shapes
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