“The 19th century industrial revolution required a torrent of new display types advertising factory products: first sanserifs, clarendons, slabserifs, then latins, type distinguished by sharply diagonal serifs located at every possible point in the structure. David Berlow follows the traditional serif format, but reduces the number; introducing the design into 21st century life with fresh combinations of innovative letterforms.” – Font Bureau, 2007.
Not officially released, but made available on request.
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