Porchez

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During the summer 2009 we’ve been asked by Real Simple to customize Parisine PTF for their own use. We've adjusted few things for Real Simple and created new weights. Today, we've integrated this idea of intermediate weights into Parisine PTF Gris: A new Regular between the original Parisine PTF Clair Bold and Parisine PTF Regular (as on the image above). Bold follow same mechanism. Finally, it’s also why this new sub-family was called *Gris* (Gray in English).

Parisine Office Std was originally created by Jean François Porchez for RATP in 2005. This new variation “Std” is the basic version of the tailored Parisine Office PTF who feature a smaller xheight and perform better on text setting, editorial projects. The design of the italic lowercases is more cursive than in Parisine PTF. Two sets of figures are provided—standard, oldstyle, and lining—in tabular widths.

All details
http://www.typofonderie.com/alphabets/view/ParisineOfficeStd

Test it online
http://www.typofonderie.com/alphabets/try/ParisineOfficeStd

Full pdf specimen
http://www.typofonderie.com/icono/alphabets/pdf/ParisineOfficeStd_pdf.pdf

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