Folha Grafico

Folha Grafico is a humanist sans serif with a generous x-height and open apertures. The subtly curved stroke endings improve the text image and add liveliness to letters and words. When examining the design in detail, you notice the terminals are cut at an oblique angle, which adds dynamism to the typeface. Moderate ascenders and descenders and a narrow width allow for a maximum amount of text on a limited surface, a much sought-after quality in editorial design. Together with the very low contrast, it helps the design maintain its balanced, airy appearance.

 

The true italics have a moderate slope, with condensed features that recall classic mid-century English and Dutch type designs. They complement the upright styles with just the right amount of differentiation. The combination of these characteristics turn Folha Grafico into a workhorse sans serif that is economical and highly legible at the same time.

 


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