Thesis Lucas De Groot
Although many type families will be mentioned here, only some of them have been considered more relevant for this discussion. And added “it can join the collection of types called a complete fount”.
Bernhard roman, italic and script were produced by Bauer Giesserei in 1930.
Font Fabrik was established in 1997 in Berlin by Luc(as) de Groot (b. He studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Den Haag, worked from 1989-1993 as a freelancer at the design bureau Premsela Voonk.
From 1993 until 1997, he was with Meta Design in Berlin as typographic director in charge of many corporate design projects. Since 2000 his fonts are also sold under the Lucasfonts label.
Thus for instance Otl Aicher developed for his Rotis four groups: Grotesque, Semi-grotesque, Semi-antiqua and Antiqua; besides of its Sans and Serif, Stone also has a third face called Informal; and the vast program Thesis by Lucas de Groot involves three systems as well: The Sans, The Serif and The Mix.
Then it results reasonable to support that we are facing a new subject matter.
Fluid digital technology on one side, the constant push of the font industry on the other, have all made type design to challenge traditional classification approaches.
In that sense I think this text has still some contribution to make.
This consists of many subfamilies all starting with the prefix The.Grundfos The Sans (2007) is another commissioned font.Taz (sans family, 2002), Taz III (2003, including a hairline weight) and Taz Text (for "taz", the magazine).But as Walter Tracy suggested Advised by Beatrice Warde, who persuaded him to change his original name (Epiphania), Van Krimpen started the Romulus roman alphabet in 1932, based on the fine drawings of his own Lutetia (1924).This first member of the family was a success, though due to its lack of contrast between strokes its shapes were more beautiful in display sizes.It probably was an inspiration for Jan Van Krimpen.Probably the earliest idea of conceiving a ‘serial’ type family has been the ambitious Romulus typeface designed by Jan Van Krimpen for the firms Enschedé and Monotype at the beginning of the 1930s.(edited by the author, Paris, 1999) for describing these new families that contain more than one style (also ‘multiform’).It is basically: sans and serif, though some families have introduced intermediate, blended subfamilies or simply alternative subfamilies.Thesis includes The Antiqua B (1997; 1999 Type Directors Club award), The Antiqua E, The Antiqua Sun [The Antiqua received a Type Art 05 award], The Sans, The Sans Classic, The Sans Basic, The Sans Office, The Mix, The Mix Classic, The Mix Basic, The Mix Office, The Serif, The Serif Classic, The Serif Basic, The Serif Office, The Sans Condensed, Thesis Mono, The Sans Mono, The Sans Mono Dc, The Sans Mono 11pitch, The Sans Mono Cd Office, The Sans Typewriter.An OEM was made for the SPD party called SPD 2002 The Sans.