Scout font family


Designed by Cyrus Highsmith

About Scout font family

Cyrus Highsmith drew Scout and related logotype for Geraldine Hessler’s redesign of Entertainment Weekly The large family marks the magazine’s first significant typographic update in a decade. Captions and sidebars are set in Regular and Bold; Light, Black, and Condensed styles form the backbone of the display. Scout’s form derives structural elements from both new and old: DIN, Venus, and Cairoli.

Scout

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Scout

7 Value Packs



world-map map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

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Scout Volume Two (6 Typefaces) -  2 variants
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Scout Volume One (6 Typefaces) -  2 variants
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