Zine Serif Display FF Greek

10 Fonts | 320,00 0,00


Schafer Ole

Greek Version
Haratzopoulos Panayiotis

Suggested Usage
Magazine, Newspaper

Contains 10 weights

Basis for Zine was a headline font made for a German newspaper (Sächsische Zeitung); in 1996/97, but it was only a starting point. Ole Schäfer completely re-drew the face, adjusting letter forms and adding weights. He also addressed something that has long been a problem in newspaper and magazine design, that of finding sans and serif faces that work together as headline fonts. His solution was to draw them all right from the start: serif, sans serif and slab serif(slab is not yet available in Greek);, effectively covering the entire spectrum. As display fonts, these Zines are best suited to headlines, sublines, titles, photo credits, etc., but set a little looser they are fine for text as well. Greek Zine Serif was designed as a font to be used in headlines for the newspaper "Apogevmatini."However it was also quickly used in the newspapers' texts.


Basic Latin

Greek Monotonic
Greek (Modern)

  • (ΑαΒβΓγΔδ...)
  • AaBbCcDd...
  • Pangram (Greek)
  • Pangram (English)
  • (0123...)
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