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Raglan

Raglan is a contemporary approach to newspaper typefaces. Its character follows a fine line between elegant and playful, heavy and light at the same time.
Raglan is a typeface that can be understood as a hybrid between serif and grotesque typefaces. Low stroke contrast, single-story g, grotesque proportions and terminals make it a subset of the serif typefaces. Therefore, Raglan has his sans-serif sibling, Raglan Sans that stays close to the construction of the Serif version. The combination of the serif and sans-serif variants with their corresponding italic allows a wide rage typographic concepts and hierarchies for books as well as web projects.

With its hard serifs, no-frills approach and the flexibility between the serif and sans serif versions, Raglan is equally suitable for display and text setting in large and small text sizes. 
The sans-serif sibling Raglan Sans is a contrasting sans that is close to the construction of the Serif version.

The combination of the serif and sans-serif variants with their corresponding italic allows a wide rage typographic concepts and hierarchies for books as well as web projects.


Info

Designed by Marinus Klinksik In work since early 2019 Released 2020
Glyph Count: 397
Formats: otf, woff, eot, woff2
Styles: Raglan, Raglan Sans, Raglan Italic, Raglan Sans Italic

Features

Stylistic Alternatives
Oldstyle Figures
Numerators
Superscript
Circled Figures
Stylistic Set 01
Stylistic Set 02
Case-sensitive Forms

30 Latin Languages

(Afrikaans, Albanian, Bosnian, Basque, Breton, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German,Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Irish, Norwegian, Polish, Portugese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanisch, Swedish, Scottish Gaelic, Serbian, Turkish, Zulu)


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Raglan Sans

The sans-serif sibling of Raglan. Raglan Sans is a contrasting sans that is close to the construction of the Serif version.

The combination of the serif and sans-serif variants with their corresponding italic allows a wide rage typographic concepts and hierarchies for books as well as web projects. With its hard serifs, no-frills approach and the flexibility between the serif and sans serif versions, Raglan is equally suitable for display and text setting in large and small text sizes.


Info

Designed by Marinus Klinksik
In work since early 2019 Released 2020

Glyph Count: 397
Formats: otf, woff, eot, woff2
Styles: Raglan, Raglan Sans, Raglan Italic, Raglan Sans Italic

Features

Stylistic Alternatives
Oldstyle Figures
Numerators
Superscript
Circled Figures
Stylistic Set 01
Stylistic Set 02
Case-sensitive Forms

30 Latin Languages

(Afrikaans, Albanian, Bosnian, Basque, Breton, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German,Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Irish, Norwegian, Polish, Portugese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanisch, Swedish, Scottish Gaelic, Serbian, Turkish, Zulu)


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© Marinus Klinksik 2022

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