Designed after Helvetica had become popular, it incorporates some of its features, such as strike-through tail in 'Q', a curved tail for the 'R', horizontal and vertical cut stroke terminators. A View of Type Design. Architektur und Typografie im A 'folded-up' structure with narrow apertures and strokes curled up towards the vertical, most obvious on letters such as c, e, s and a. However, during this period there was increasing interest in using sans-serifs as capturing the spirit of the time, most famously, Jan Tschichold 's influential book Die Neue Typographie , which praised the aesthetic qualities of the "anonymous" sans-serifs of the nineteenth century and was printed in a sans-serif similar to Berthold's Akzidenz-Grotesk.
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Retrieved 15 October Designed after Helvetica had become popular, it incorporates some of its features, such as strike-through tail in 'Q', a curved tail for the 'R', horizontal and vertical cut stroke terminators. Archived from the original on 30 March Retrieved 29 June Monotype Newsletter, also printed in Motif as "Letters without Akzidennz.
Throughout most of its history, typography simply evolved the forms that were the most useful and the most interesting, generally with indifference toward how they related to one another. The capitals are wide and have relatively little variation in width, with letters like 'E' and 'F' quite wide. The Swiss digital type foundry Optimo has released an alternative interpretation of Akzidenz-Grotesk named "Theinhardt". The current holder of the Berthold rights is Berthold Types of Chicago, following the bankruptcy of H.
Bdrthold more loosely, Transportthe betrhold used on British road signs, was designed by Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert influenced by Akzidenz-Grotesk. Retrieved 27 December Archived from the original on 28 June Retrieved 27 June An American specimen of Akzidenz-Grotesk under the name 'Standard'. Generally based on Akzidenz-Grotesk Book, it includes a single-storey 'a', curled 'l', lower- and upper-case 'k' that are symmetrical, and 't', 'u' and 'y' without curls on the base.
Miedinger sought to refine the typeface making it more even and unified, with a higher x-height and tighter spacing.
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A New History, Second Brrthold. Digital versions included Greek and Cyrillic characters, and the family includes a condensed, extended, rounded and stencil series. Akzidenz-Grotesk is used on the national logo and national guidelines require the font to be used on all chapter logos. Regular, medium, bold, outline, bold outline and shaded styles were made for the family, but no obliques.
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Retrieved 1 July Berthold AG Fonf released ? This old typeface, which these days one would perhaps make in a more modern style, has a peculiar life in its own way which would probably be lost if it were to be altered.
InOpenType Pro versions of the fonts were released. Retrieved 18 January Akzidenz-Grotesk is also the font used in Arizona State University brand logo;  in extra bold italic form, used in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for the driver's surname placed on the windshield of the race cars; and in light condensed form, used in the Brooklyn Nets ' logo.
On the grotesque revival, written in Retrieved 24 December Stefan George und sein Kreis: Several other type designers modelled typefaces from this popular typeface.
The Origins and Growth of an Grtesk Style, All the many imitations of Accidenz-Grotesk have not matched its character.
A licensed adaptation changing some characters by the Amsterdam Type Foundry under the name of Nobelhowever, became a popular standard typeface in Dutch printing.
Retrieved 20 June The similarities of Helvetica and Akzidenz-Grotesk are apparent, but the subtle differences include the uppercase and lowercase C and the uppercase GJR and Q. The Art of Typography.
The 'Breite Grotesk' by J.