Plantin is a Transitional serif typeface originally designed by Fritz Stelzer and Frank Hinman Pierpont in 1913. The design was based off a sixteenth century typeface by Robert Granjon and named after Renaissance book printer Christophe Plantin. Plantin was one of the main typefaces that inspired the design of Times New Roman.
Purchase through this link to help support Typewolf.
Get this curated collection of full-size, high-resolution screenshots to add to your personal inspiration library when you subscribe to the monthly Typewolf Type Roundup newsletter.