A contempory typeface family based on the roman types of Claude Garmond and the italic types of Robert Granjon.
Inspired by the past, but distinctly contemporary in both appearance and function.
A humanistic composition family designed by Adobe type designer Robert Slimbach.
A contemporary sans serif display typeface designed by Japanese type designer Akira Kobayashi.
Kazuraki, a true proportional Japanese typeface, represents an epoch-making challenge in Japanese typography.
A digital typeface suitable for today's uses but based on traditional Japanese san-serif design.
Not simplly based on the tradition of the Mincho style, this typeface has a clear and original touch reflecting our current era.
A typeface with a warmth and readability that result from the humanistic treatment of letter proportions and design detail.
An Arabic companion to the Western scripts in the Myriad Pro family.
A Hebrew companion to the Western scripts in the Myriad Pro family.
Has a bright and speedy calligraphic touch that gives a calm and well-controlled color to the typeset page.
Specifically designed for use when setting copy in larger sizes, such as in headlines or posters.
Designed for use when producing text settings.
A contemporary calligraphic typeface family based on Carolingian Book Hands.
Based on the hand-lettering of Seattle-based architect and author Francis D.K. Ching.
Since its initial release in 1989, Trajan has risen to international popularity as a distinctive and versatile display type family. The Pro 3 extension offers broader language coverage and more weights.
A sans serif companion to Carol Twombly’s popular Trajan typeface, Trajan Sans is a fresh interpretation by designer Robert Slimbach.
A classic yet contemporary composition family that performs a wide variety of typographic tasks with elegance.