Utopia is a Transitional serif typeface designed by Robert Slimbach and released through Adobe Systems in 1989. It has been a popular workhorse serif family in the print world for years and is now starting to see usage on the web as well. Utopia is available in four optical sizes—normal, caption, subhead and display—which makes it suitable for a wide range of typographic challenges.
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