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Glyphic or incise typefaces

Glyphic typefaces have flared strokes or tapered waistlines. They emulate letters carved into stone or bronze. Most of them are not serifed, but they can hardly be called sans typefaces either. Classical examples include Optima (Hermann Zapf), Albertus (Berthold Wolpe) and Pascal (José Mendoza). More recent glyphic or incise typefaces include Ideal Sans (Jonathan Hoefler), Carter Sans (Matthew Carter and Dan Reynolds, 2010, ITC) and Winco (Ramiro Espinoza).

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file name: Matthew Carter Carter Sans


file name: Dan Reynolds Matthew Carter Carter Sans 2010


file name: Dan Reynolds Matthew Carter Carter Sans 2010b


file name: Matthew Carter Dan Reynolds Carter Sans Pro 2010


file name: Matthew Carter Dan Reynolds Carter Sans Pro Semibold 2010


file name: Berthold Wolpe Albertus M T 1932 1940


file name: H F J Ideal Sans 2011


file name: H F J Ideal Sans 2011c


file name: Ramiro Espinoza Winco 2012


file name: Ramiro Espinoza Winco 2012b


file name: Ramiro Espinoza Winco Black 2012c







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