Graphite® font family


Designed by David Siegel in 1993

About Graphite® font family

Graphite was designed by David Siegel, who began thinking about the typeface in 1982, looking for an architect´s handwriting with a chiselled pencil" look. The handwriting of San Francisco architect Anthony Celis LaRosa became Siegel´s choice. With the assistance of David Berlow and Tom Rickner, Graphite was designed and released as a multiple master typeface with weight and width axes that allow for its use in a dynamic range from light condensed to black extended. Graphite is an upright script with simple lines, and is usable in a large variety of informal copysetting situations."
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Font Designer: David Siegel

Graphite®

Desktop fonts

9 Typefaces

world-map Std map

STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Graphite® Light
US$ 29
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Graphite® Regular
US$ 29
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Graphite® Bold
US$ 29
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Graphite® Narrow Light
US$ 29
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Graphite® Narrow Regular
US$ 29
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Graphite® Narrow Bold
US$ 29
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Graphite® Wide Light
US$ 29
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Graphite® Wide Regular
US$ 29
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Graphite® Wide Bold
US$ 29
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