Designed in 1992, “Renard is an interpretation of a 2-line Double Pica Roman (Gros Canon) cut by the Flemisch punchcutter Hendrik van den Keere around 1570, and shown in Plantin’s folio specimen of c.1585. […] In a departure from contemporary thinking about type families, Renard is limited in its range of style variants. There is no ‘bold’. Instead, there are two lighter weights: Renard No2 and Renard No3.” [TEFF]
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