3 YuriPro 4

q 60_add_31_YuriPro.png
b c a 1.242,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €
b c a 69,00 €

The Renaissance is one of the most important periods for typedesign. For the serif typefaces followed
the so called transitional period and goes on to the neoclassicism. So you get the impression the forms, kind of,
morphed from oldstyle to neoclassic. And in a way it really did. In Germany the type of the transitional period
is called Barock-Antiqua. This term is not perfect because Barock-Antiquas we know are fare from the
overwhelming ornaments of Baroque architecture. But in cultural history the changes never happen
like a morph from one form to another. The transitional history is very rich with the vast variety
of design directions from all over europe and of course from Holland. As usual type classifications never
give a final answer to what is really transitional. With Yuri I wanted to design a roman typeface that feels
Baroque and it should not feel like one step in a transition. Yuri is a legible workhorse for the usage
in magazines as well as books. Yuri has 9 weights with italics up to extrabold and ultrabold.
The Pro version also got small caps, different sets of figures including for small caps, some ligatures,
Latin 2, turkish and baltic letters. 















 

KaesYURI from Hubert Jocham on Vimeo.

E