Garamond

Adobe Garamond was designed by Robert Slimbach and released in 1989. However, the Garamond typeface has a long history spanning many centuries. The original versions were based off the designs of Claude Garamond dating back to the sixteenth century. Garamond is commonly used for setting type in printed books but has also started to become a popular font used on the web.

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Garamond Specimen

Garamond Type Specimen

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Suggested Font Pairing

Garamond Font Pairings

Department of Design
Jan 7, 2019
Fonts — Orpheus, Prenton, Garamond
Pittori di Cinema
Jul 22, 2018
Fonts — Tungsten, Garamond, Helvetica
The Paris Review
May 26, 2018
Fonts — Garamond, Proxima Nova
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