LARSEN

About Larsen

B. Condensed
B. Narrow
Bold
B. Ext.

2019–2022 | 4 styles | From 90€ (single style)

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 the clunky, out-of-place S/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.

Character set

A

Uppercase

Lowercase

Accented uppercase

Accented lowercase

Proportional lining figures (default)

Proportional oldstyle figures

Tabular lining figures

Circled figures

Negative circled figures

Superiors

Inferiors

Prebuilt fractions

Punctuation and symbols

Mathematical symbols and currencies

Arrows and geometric shapes

Supported languages (Latin)

Abenaki
Afaan
Oromo
Afar
Albanian
Alsatian
Amis
Anuta
Aragonese
Aranese
Aromanian
Arrernte
Arvanitic
Asturian
Atayal
Aymara
Bashkir
Basque
Belarusian
Bemba

Bikol
Bislama
Bosnian
Breton
Cape
Verdean
Creole
Catalan
Cebuano
Chamorro
Chavacano
Chichewa
Chickasaw
Cimbrian
Cofán
Cornish
Corsican
Creek
Cr. Tatar
Croatian

Czech
Danish
Dawan
Delaware
Dholuo
Drehu
Dutch
English
Esperanto
Estonian
Faroese
Fijian
Filipino
Finnish
Folkspraak
French
Frisian
Friulian
Gagauz
Galician

Ganda
Genoese
German
Gikuyu
Gooniyandi
Greenlandic
Guadeloupean
Creole
Gwich’in
Haitian
Creole
Hän
Hawaiian
Hiligaynon
Hopi
Hotcąk
Hungarian
Icelandic
Ido
Ilocano

Indonesian
Interglossa
Interlingua
Irish
Istro-Rom.
Italian
Jamaican
Javanese
Jèrriais
Kaingang
Kala
Lagaw
Ya
Kapampangan
Kaqchikel
Karakalpak
Karelian
Kashubian
Kikongo
Kinyarwanda

Kiribati
Kirundi
Klingon
Kurdish
Ladin
Latin
Lat. sine
Flexione
Latvian
Lithuanian
Lojban
Lombard
Low Saxon
Luxembourgish
Maasai
Makhuwa
Malay
Maltese
Manx
Māori

Marquesan
Megleno-R.
Meriam
Mir
Mirandese
Mohawk
Moldovan
Montagnais
Montenegrin
Murrinh-P.
Nagamese
Creole
Nahuatl
Ndebele
Neapolitan
Ngiyambaa
Niuean
Noongar
Norwegian
Novial

Occidental
Occitan
Oshiwambo
Ossetian
Palauan
Papiamento
Piedmontese
Polish
Portuguese
Potawatomi
Q’eqchi’
Quechua
Rarotongan
Romanian
Romansh
Rotokas
Sami (In.)
Sami (Lu.)
Sami (N.)
Sami (S.)

Samoan
Sango
Saramaccan
Sardinian
Scottish
Gaelic
Serbian
Seri
Seychellois
Creole
Shawnee
Shona
Sicilian
Silesian
Slovak
Slovenian
Slovio
Somali
Sorbian
Sotho

Spanish
Sranan
Sundanese
Swahili
Swazi
Swedish
Tagalog
Tahitian
Tetum
Tok
Pisin
Tokelauan
Tongan
Tshiluba
Tsonga
Tswana
Tumbuka
Turkish
Turkmen
Tuvaluan

Tzotzil
Uzbek
Venetian
Vepsian
Volapük
Võro
Wallisian
Walloon
Waray-War.
Warlpiri
Wayuu
Welsh
Wik-Mungk.
Wiradjuri
Wolof
Xavante
Xhosa
Yapese
Yindjibarndi
Zapotec

Zazaki
Zulu
Zuni

Larsen pricing

Starting from 90€, a single perpetual purchase covers all* the common mediums from print to web and apps to broadcasting.

*Read the complete EULA →

The cost of license is defined solely by the size of licensee entity at the time of purchase.

Company size Single style Full Family
≤ 2 € 90 € 250
≤ 5 € 135 € 375
≤ 10 € 225 € 625
≤ 20 € 360 € 1,000
≤ 50 € 585 € 1,625
≤ 100 € 945 € 2,625
≤ 200 € 1,530 € 4,250
≤ 500 € 2,475 € 6,875
≤ 1,500 € 4,005 € 11,125

Pricing for companies larger than 1,500 employees, please contact via email.
All prices are shown without VAT.

Download free test fonts

Our free test fonts support all the same languages as the full commercial fonts. You are allowed to use them for internal evaluation. This includes such use as pitching to clients, mockups and visual composition tests.

A commercial License must be obtained if these limitations are exceeded.

Students who are currently enrolled in an educational institution are permitted to use the free test fonts for their non-commercial academic work.

The free test fonts are distinguished from the commercial fonts with the word “Test” in the font family name, for example “Beltram Test”.