Demos Next W04 Heavy Italic Fonts
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Primary designed in 1975 by the Dutch typographer Gerard Unger, Demos was one of the first digital typefaces. Demos is a robust, modern-looking typeface with open counters, a tall x-height, and blunt serifs. Because it was originally intended for use in the typesetting of newspapers, Demos is both legible and economical with space, making it suitable for book typography as well. The word Demos comes from Greek, and means the populace. Demos Next is the complete refurbished and extended version of the successful Demos typeface family. The Demos Next family now consists of 12 weights. All uprights provide Small Caps.
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