“The irregularities normally found in script can enliven sanserif letterforms. In Cafeteria, Tobias Frere-Jones took special care to balance activity with legibility on the paper napkin that served as his sketchpad, drawing a freeform sanserif that is condensed but in no way stiff. Frere-Jones lives with a tendency to draw wherever he finds himself. Starting this four-part family in 1992 to amuse himself, he eventually amused all of us.” — Font Bureau, 1993. Originally released by Font Bureau. Moved to Frere-Jones Type in 2020.
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