Pragmatica is a sans-serif typeface designed by Vladimir Yefimov and published through ParaType in 1989. The design lands squarely in the neo-grotesque genre, with its primary inspiration coming from Helvetica. Pragmatica is available in seven weights with matching italics in normal, condensed and extended widths.
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