Typefaces used on Graham Starr's Projects and Portfolio

Chaparral Pro


About this font

Created by Adobe type designer Carol Twombly, Chaparral combines the legibility of slab serif designs popularized in the 19th century with the grace of 16th-century roman book lettering. The result is a versatile, hybrid slab-serif design, a unique addition to the Adobe Originals family of typefaces. Unlike “geometric” slab serif designs, Chaparral has varying letter proportions that give it an accessible and friendly appearance in all weights from light to bold. Like the drought-resistant brush that blooms on the arid coastal range near Twombly’s California home, Chaparral’s highly functional design is surprisingly beautiful.

About Adobe Originals

The Adobe Originals program started in 1989 as an in-house type foundry at Adobe, brought together to create original typefaces of exemplary design quality, technical fidelity, and aesthetic longevity. Today the Type team’s mission is to make sophisticated and even experimental typefaces that explore the possibilities of design and technology. Typefaces released as Adobe Originals are the result of years of work and study, regarded as industry standards for the ambition and quality of their development.

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About Mark Simonson Studio

Mark Simonson Studio is home to a range of typefaces that are as thoughtful and unique as their namesake, Mark Simonson. Each distinctive family of fonts is created as a tool for making things, not ends in themselves. For graphic designers and typographers, this means that each detail included was well-considered and will help your work look its very best. Whether display or text, sans, serif, or script, there is a perfectly suitable typeface that will fulfill every need in your design brief.

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About Adobe Fonts

Adobe Fonts is the easiest way to get real fonts on your website. We work with some of the best type foundries in the world to make sure you and your clients can use fonts legally. Just drop a line of javascript into your pages, and we take care of the rest.