Guyot Sans makes the Guyot family super

6 September, 2023  |   No comments

While studying at the Plantin Institute of Typography in Antwerp, Ramiro Espinoza chanced upon the work of an obscure sixteenth-century French punchcutter named François Guyot. The more canonical designs of the period had already been digitized, but Espinoza saw an opportunity to reimagine certain aspects of Guyot’s Gros Canon and Ascendonica types for the contemporary editorial market.

Although Espinoza drew the text sizes first, he initially launched the collectio … > Read article