Glypha is a slab serif typeface designed by Adrian Frutiger in 1977. The design is based off Serifa, an earlier slab design from Frutiger. Compared to Serifa, Glypha has a larger x-height and slightly more condensed letterforms. Both Serifa and Glypha follow the shapes of Univers, so both typefaces tend to pair well with neo-grotesques. The Glypha family is available in five weights with corresponding obliques.
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