“[…] a digital version of the Écriture Bâton Normalisée (Standardized Sans Serif) presented in a self published booklet of 1959. The shape of letters respect the standard E-04-105 edited by the French Association for Standardization (AFNOR). The letters are drawn with a round nib pen. The basic unit is the height of a lower case ‘c’: all capitals are 1.6 ‘c’ height, upper case A V and M are 8 ‘c’ large, W 12, etc. The italic is a sloped roman at an angle of 15°.” — Nonpareille
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