Orion™ font family


Designed by Hermann Zapf in 1974

About Orion™ font family

Hermann Zapf made his first scetches for Orion in 1963. Zapf's aim was to create a neutral textface which can be ideally used as a newspaper face. Its strokethickness and open letterforms also fits well for book and magazine production. The final two weights of Orion were released in 1974 for the Linofilm photocomposing machine.
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Font Designer: Hermann Zapf

Orion

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Orion

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