Clarion® font family


Designed by Robin Nicholas

About Clarion® font family

Designed for the newspaper technology of the 1980s, Clarion uses many of the findings made in the preparation of Monotype Nimrod, from which it is derived. The Clarion font family differs from Nimrod in its detailing, which is more akin to that of the Ionics, a style which influenced most designers of contemporary newspaper faces. The large x-height and sturdy construction of the characters make Clarion well suited for use on laser printers as well as being an excellent choice for setting newspapers, journals, newsletters and circulars.
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Font Designer: Robin Nicholas

Clarion

Desktop fonts

3 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Clarion® Regular
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Clarion® Italic
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Clarion® Bold
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