Typefaces used on Salon Claudine
About this font
The most influential sans serif of the digital revolution (FF Meta) now has a serif companion. It took three years and three designers to develop FF Meta Serif: Erik Spiekermann, Christian Schwartz and Kris Sowersby.
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About this font
Designed for warm formality in text and an authoritative, helpful tone in display, Freight Sans eschews mannerisms of form in favor of a studied balance of organic and geometric shapes. Because Freight Sans is a single design for a broad range of uses, it benefits from careful attention to tracking when it is set at very small or very large sizes.
About The Freight Collection
Originally drawn in 2005 by Joshua Darden and expanded several times over, the Freight collection of typefaces is renowned for its historical innovation and ongoing popularity. As Jan Middledorp put it in Shaping Text: “with the Freight suite, Joshua Darden took a radical approach to designing for optical size. Letterpress’s subtle difference between the various body sizes have been translated into boldly drawn, hugely different variants with pronounced size-related characteristics. Freight turns the traditional ‘natural’ gradations of contrast and width into a conscious stylistic device.”
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