Utopia™ font family

Designed by Robert Slimbach in 1989

About Utopia™ font family

Utopia, created by Robert Slimbach and presented by Adobe in 1992, was intended to solve a number of typographic problems related to office correspondence. This demanded versatility, so Slimbach created a font family with cuts for text, for titles, extra bold for headlines, small caps, all caps with numerals, old face numerals, fractions, ligatures and scientific markings. Not just its forms, but also its aesthetics make the balanced, elegant Utopia suitable for any use.
More related documents:
Font Designer: Pierre Simon Fournier – About the Designer
Font Designer: Robert Slimbach


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