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Retrieved 1 July This style often contrasted Akzidenz-Grotesk with photographic art, and did not use all caps as much as many older posters. Akademie der Wissenschaften G.
Many other grotesques in a similar style to Akzidenz-Grotesk were sold in Germany during this period. Separately, Karl Gerstner and other designers at his company GGK Basel launched a project in the s to build Akzidenz-Grotesk into a coherent series, to match the new families appearing in the same style; it was used by Berthold for its Diatype system in the late 60s under the name of "Gerstner-Programm" but according to Lange it was never fully released.
Berthold typefaces Grotesque sans-serif typefaces Letterpress typefaces Photocomposition typefaces Typefaces with infant variants Digital typefaces Products introduced in Stefan George istMelchior Lechtor gestorben. The Origins and Growth of an International Style, McLean, Ruari ; Kinross, Robineds.
A New History, Second Edition. The family consists of 14 variants with 7 weights in roman and italic, in a single width. On Frutiger's typeface Univers, inspired by Akzidenz-Grotesk Univers doesn't form patches in print, like Akzidenz-Grotesk for example, because the uppercase letters are only drawn slightly bolder than the lowercase.
Originating during the late nineteenth century, Akzidenz-Grotesk belongs to a tradition of general-purpose, unadorned sans serif types known as "grotesques" that had become dominant in German printing during the nineteenth century, and became one of the most popular examples of this style.
Retrieved 22 December Aside from the subtle differences in these individual letters, Miedinger's primary change to Akzidenz-Grotesk is Helvetica's higher x-height, the distance from the baseline to the height of the lowercase letter xand the consistently groteek terminals. Designed after Helvetica had become popular, it incorporates some of its features, such as strike-through tail in 'Q', a curved tail for the 'R', horizontal and vertical cut stroke terminators.
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Stefan George und sein Kreis: Much more loosely, Transportthe typeface used on British road signs, was designed by Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert influenced by Akzidenz-Grotesk.
A top serif on the 1 and in some styles a downward-pointing serif akzifenz the top left of the 7. Retrieved 24 December Retrieved 21 October A Sourcebook of Classic and Contemporary Letterforms.
However, during this period there was increasing interest in using sans-serifs as capturing the spirit of the time, most famously, Jan Tschichold 's influential book Die Neue Typographiewhich praised the aesthetic qualities of the "anonymous" sans-serifs of the nineteenth century akzudenz was printed in a sans-serif similar to Berthold's Akzidenz-Grotesk.
Like most sans-serifs, Akzidenz-Grotesk is 'monoline' in structure, with all strokes of the letter of similar width.
Retrieved 4 August To proclaim sans-serif as the typeface of our time is not a question of being fashionable, it really does express the same tendencies to be seen in our architecture…there is no doubt that the sans-serif types available today are not yet wholly satisfactory as all-purpose faces.
Variations between styles are obvious, such as a crossed-v 'w' in Extralight Extended, and a tail on the 'a' in Standard and Extended but not in Medium and Bold.
Other weights were added by the time of the phototypesetting and digital versions, such as the ultra-bold 'Akzidenz-Grotesk Super'.
Several other type designers modelled typefaces from this popular typeface. Stroke endings are though less consistently horizontal or vertical than bolr Helvetica.
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Retrieved 1 October The light weight of Akzidenz-Grotesk was for many akzodenz branded separately as 'Royal-Grotesk'; it was reported in the post-war period that it this referred to it being commissioned by the Prussian Academy of Sciencesbut Kupferschmid again reports being unable to find it used in its publications.