Friz Quadrata™ font family


Designed by Ernst Friz in 1965

About Friz Quadrata™ font family

Friz Quadrata font is the work of a number of collaborators. The first weight was created by Swiss designer Ernst Friz and made its first international appearance with the design release of Visual Graphics Corporations. ITC then arranged with VGC so that Victor Caruso could add a bold weight to the original. Finally, in 1992, French designer Thierry Puyfoulhoux designed italic weights for both the original and bold weights.
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Friz Quadrata™

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Friz Quadrata

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Std / OT CFF

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21 languages.

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