Book Italic

Foundry Form Sans and Serif were drawn concurrently with matching proportions for harmonious use. The characters have a strong horizontal emphasis for readability; open counters to improve legibility at small sizes; and slightly condensed proportions to ensure economic use of space. Foundry Form Sans has a simplicity of design approach balanced with just enough character to achieve a unique, timeless look. Foundry Form Serif includes a true italic; the angularity and sharp serifs help to retain maximum clarity, with the contrasting stroke widths adding refinement. Although designed to complement each other both families function independently.