Sabon Next Font

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Buy Sabon Next font from Linotype on Fonts.com. Sabon Next is available as a desktop font and a Web font. Sabon® Font Family - Fonts.com The Sabon font was created by the well-known typographer Jan Tschichold over a three year period. Sabon Next is a serif font. It goes well with Avant Garde Gothic ITC and Avenir. If you're thinking about using Sabon Next then try Give 22px a shot for content.

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“In the early 1960s, the German masterprinters’ association requested that a new typeface be designed and produced in identical form on both Linotype and Monotype machines [as well as for hand composition] so that text and technical composition would match. Walter Cunz at Stempel responded by commissioning Jan Tschichold to design the most faithful version of Claude Garamond’s serene and classical roman yet to be cut. The boldface and particularly the italic are limited by the twin requirements of Linotype and Monotype hot metal machines.” — In addition to the digital Sabon and Bitstream’s Classical Garamond.