Raisonne is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Benjamin Critton in 2010 and later published through London-based Colophon Foundry. The design drew inspiration from Avant Garde and Twentieth Century yet looks like neither of those typefaces. Colophon describes it as “parodic-serious” and it’s full of quirks like the nearly closed aperture on the C and the y with a vertical tail. The family is available in three weights with matching italics.
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