Theinhardt is a grotesque sans-serif typeface designed by François Rappo and released through Swiss foundry Optimo in 2009. The typeface was named after German type designer Ferdinand Theinhardt. The design was inspired by the classic grotesques of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, but has a more contemporary look. Theinhardt is available in nine weights with matching italics.
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