Guardian is a huge superfamily of typefaces designed by Paul Barnes and Christian Schwartz. It was originally created for the 2005 redesign of The Guardian and later published by Commercial Type between 2009-2013. Guardian is made up of eight related families—Egyptian Headline, Egyptian Text, Sans Headline (in four widths), Sans Text and Agate Sans. This makes Guardian a complete solution for solving any kind of serious typographic challenge.
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