“Chauncey Griffith’s sober text face that revives the types thought to be made by Dutch punchcutter Anton Janson (1620-1687), but later discovered to be the work of the Hungarian Miklós Kis (1650-1702).” — Hoefler & Co.
“The Hungarian punchcutter Miklós Kis designed and cut this typeface in about 1685 while working in Amsterdam. It was not cut by Anton Janson, a Dutch punchcutter who worked in Leipzig in the seventeenth century. For many years this typeface was wrongly attributed to Janson, and the font still erroneously bears his name.” — Linotype
In Cold Blood, 1965 first edition1965
- S. Neil Fujita
- Tere Loprete
Contributed by Nick Sherman