Originally commissioned to create a typeface for the French king Francis I, Claude Garamond’s work became prestigious and recognisable. However, Garamond has become more of a ‘category among serif text faces.’
I don’t usually like ‘fancy’ serif fonts but I quite like this one, even when italicised, in fact it’s one of the only fonts that i enjoy looking at in italic.
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