Theinhardt is a classic Grotesque typeface named after Ferdinand Theinhardt, a punch-cutter and type designer (Halle 1820–Berlin 1909), whose radical design approach led to the contemporary modern sans-serifs. François Rappo developed the Theinhardt family after researching the DNA of Grotesque drawings from the early 20th century to design an optically optimized contemporary font family organized in a wide range of weights.
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