Neue Swift is a serif typeface designed by Dutch designer Gerard Unger. It was originally released as Swift in 1985 and then later updated by Unger in 1995 as Swift 2.0. In 2009, Unger updated the typeface yet again, now with the name Neue Swift. The design features heavy serifs and large counters, making it easily legible even in less-than-ideal printing conditions. Neue Swift is available in six weights—light, regular, book, semibold, bold and black—each with matching italics.
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