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            'Offer Code downloadDesigner: Tomáš Brousil
Publisher: Suitcase Type Foundry
When they say everything's already been invented, they're exaggerating a bit. But not much. When we design new typefaces, whether we like it or not, we have in our memories the historical legacy and invention of our predecessors. That's also true for more detailed work on optical sizes, intended for the largest or the smallest typesetting. Although for display sizes we give room for fantasy and elegance when shaping fine serifs or smooth drawings full of refined details, for styles designed for footnotes and other small texts we do the exact opposite – pragmatically and rationally, with knowledge of the optical properties of small text. And that's precisely the case for the Tabac Micro subfamily, a sans-serif typeface derived from Tabac Sans.


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