All the many imitations of Accidenz-Grotesk have not matched its character.  CNN uses a custom derivative, "CNN Sans", which has a '1' with a base and larger x-height. Linotype distributes Neue Helvetica on CD.  Differences include: The design was created to substitute for Helvetica: Arial (and many other clones of the period) are metrically identical to the PostScript version of Helvetica, so that a document designed in Helvetica could be displayed and printed correctly without IBM having to pay Linotype for a Helvetica license on its printers.. Akzidenz Grotesk is a grotesque sans-serif typeface that dates back to 1896. Alternatives to Helvetica: two overlapping articles by Stephen Coles at, This page was last edited on 28 November 2020, at 12:52. The goal was to introduce an ungrateful typeface to the market that could compete with Akzidenz Grotesk. From 1970 to 1989, the standard font was Standard Medium, an American release of Akzidenz-Grotesk, as defined by Unimark's New York City Transit Authority Graphic Standards Manual.  Stroke endings, though, are less consistently horizontal or vertical than in Helvetica. The font family is made up of 51 fonts including nine weights in three widths (8 in normal width, 9 in condensed, and 8 in extended width variants) as well as an outline font based on Helvetica 75 Bold Outline (no Textbook or rounded fonts are available). Helvetica or Neue Haas Grotesk is a widely used sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 by Swiss typeface designer Max Miedinger with input from Eduard Hoffmann. , An early essay on Helvetica's public image as a font used by business and government was written in 1976 by Leslie Savan, a writer on advertising at the Village Voice. Thai font designer Anuthin Wongsunkakon of Cadson Demak Co. created Thai versions of Helvetica and Neue Helvetica fonts. The release does not include condensed weights or support for Greek and Cyrillic scripts.  For instance, the 't' of the Schmalhalbfett weight only has no base, as it was designed separately and not by Berthold. It has sometimes been sold as Standard or Basic Commercial in English-speaking countries, and a variety of digital versions have been released by Berthold and other companies. Compared to Akzidenz Grotesk, Helvetica has hardly any new features. Microsoft's "Helv" design, later known as "MS Sans Serif", is a sans-serif typeface that shares many key characteristics to Helvetica, including the horizontally and vertically aligned stroke terminators and more-uniform stroke widths within a glyph. It has been described as a “Helvetica killer.” The designers of Aktiv Grotesk wanted to create something in between Helvetica and Univers by removing the quirks from Helvetica and adding a bit of warmth to Univers. Ulrich Stiehl suggests that this may have been one of the last additions to the metal type family: it does not appear in a 1959 advert.  By around 1911, Berthold had begun to market Akzidenz-Grotesk as a complete family. , As described above, many influential graphic designers have used Akzidenz-Grotesk. Berthold first published Akzidenz-Grotesk in 1898.  Matthew Carter, who was a consultant for IBM during its design process, describes it as "a Helvetica clone, based ostensibly on their Grots 215 and 216" (Monotype's old 1920s sans-serif family, popular in British trade printing in the metal type period, and itself based on the Bauer Venus-Grotesk family). It gives the glyphs an even larger x-height and a more squared appearance, similar to Schmalfette Grotesk. 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Designed after Helvetica had become popular, it incorporates some of its features, such as strike-through tail in 'Q', a curved tail for the 'R', horizontal and vertical cut stroke terminators. Akzidenz-Grotesk, Helvetica, Arial, and Univers.. As you can see, all four of these typefaces are reasonably similar, and there are many more typefaces that resemble these typefaces.  The Helvetica 77 variation is used in street and house signage in Riga and other municipalities in Latvia, although common road signage in the country uses a version of DIN 1451. Yale University Press: 2006. While Helvetica was not simply a reworking of Akzidenz-Grotesk,⁵ its initial development as Neue Haas-Grotesk in Switzerland reflected, in part, the popularity that Akzidenz-Grotesk had begun to enjoy in Western European graphic design during the immediate postwar years.  Akzidenzschrift was by the 1870s a generic term meaning typefaces intended for these uses. Originally named “Accidenz-Grotesk” the design originates from Royal Grotesk light by royal type-cutter Ferdinand Theinhardt. . Die Schriftgießerei Bauer & Co., Stuttgart und Düsseldorf, veröffentlicht unter den heutigen Schriftproben eine schattierte Grotesk und bietet unseren Lesern mit dieser Schrift ein beliebtes, sehr verwendbares Material, das sich in ähnlicher, älterer Ausführung seit jener einen Platz auf allen guten Akzidenzien erhoben hat. It was released shortly after Univers, but initially the font was called Neue Haas Grotesk, a name changed in 1961 to Helvetica for commercial launch by Stemper and Linotype. , In the late 1970s and 1980s, Linotype licensed Helvetica to Xerox, Adobe and Apple, guaranteeing its importance in digital printing by making it one of the core fonts of the PostScript page description language. 473 except where stated otherwise: Reynolds prefers 'Bold Condensed' to describe the Schmalhalbfett and 'Condensed Heavy' for the Schmalfett.  Its 'R' with a curved tail resembles Schelter-Grotesk, another turn-of-the-century sans-serif sold by Haas. Substitute Helvetica designs that have survived into or originated during the digital period have included Monotype's Arial, Compugraphic's CG Triumvirate, ParaType's Pragmatica, Bitstream's Swiss 721, URW++'s Nimbus Sans and Scangraphic's Europa Grotesk. 폰트에 관련된 포스팅중 가장 많이 포스팅된게 헬베티카가 아닐까 싶네요.  If it had an intended meaning, it may have reflected the "primitive" feel of sans-serifs, or their roots in archaic Greek and Roman inscriptions, and was commonly used to mean "sans-serif" without negative implication. According to Kupferschmid, Ideal-Grotesk, a separate sans-serif face Berthold sold in the first half of the twentieth century, is a Venus knockoff, possibly made by electrotype copying. , Helvetica Inserat (German for advertisement) is a version designed primarily for use in the advertising industry: this is a narrow variant that is tighter than Helvetica Black Condensed. It is considered to be a highly conflicted design, as Helvetica is seen as a spare and rational typeface and swashes are ostentatious: font designer Mark Simonson described it as "almost sacrilegious". 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FreeSans, a free font descending from URW++ Nimbus Sans L, which in turn descends from Helvetica. , It is a version with Georgian script support. Linotype confessed by the time of a 1976 advertorial that things had become somewhat confused: "the series was not planned as a whole from its conception...the series is not as uniform as Univers". Liberation Sans is a metrically equivalent font to Arial developed by Steve Matteson at Ascender and published by Red Hat under the SIL Open Font License. , Separately, Gerstner and other designers at his company GGK Basel launched a project in the 1960s to build Akzidenz-Grotesk into a coherent series, to match the new families appearing in the same style; it was used by Berthold for its Diatype system in the late 60s under the name of "Gerstner-Programm" but according to Lange it was never fully released. 15—Helvetica and Standard", "Erik Spiekermann's Statements re Berthold", Berthold Announces the Release of Akzidenz-Grotesk in OpenType Format, "Differences - Akzidenz-Grotesk and Futura", "Differences - Akzidenz-Grotesk and Franklin Gothic", "Differences - Akzidenz-Grotesk and Helvetica", "German, Swiss, and Austrian typefaces named Royal or Akzidenz", "Differences - AG Schoolbook Medium and AG Book", "Neuwelt: an optimistic transatlantic sans serif type family", "BERTHOLD AKZIDENZ-GROTESK - Trademark Details", "AKZIDENZ-GROTESK NEXT – Trademark Details", "Compendium of U.S.  The 'J' has a top bar, the 'M' centre does not descend to the baseline and the 'G' and 'R' are simplified in the manner of Futura. The similarities of Helvetica and Akzidenz-Grotesk are apparent, but the subtle differences include the uppercase and lowercase C and the uppercase G, J, R and Q.  Over the years, a wide range of variants have been released in different weights, widths, and sizes, as well as matching designs for a range of non-Latin alphabets. A New Typeface?. The Helvetica typeface was developed in 1957 by Swiss typeface designers Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoffmann. , Helvetica is commonly used in transportation settings.  It was offered with 'request' stylistic alternates imitating Helvetica more closely. The rights to Helvetica are now held by Monotype Imaging, which acquired Linotype; the Neue Haas Grotesk digitisation (discussed below) was co-released with Font Bureau.. Considered a hallmark of 1970s design, it has never been issued digitally.  Like Tschichold, Gerstner argued that the sans-serifs of the nineteenth century were more "matter-of-fact" (German: Selbstverständlichkeit) than the more "personal" recent sans-serifs of the previous decades. , Several type designers modelled typefaces on this popular typeface in the 1950s; Reynolds comments that the original Akzidenz-Grotesk has limitations in extended text: "the capital letters are slightly too dark. , Berthold sued Target Corporation for copyright infringement and breach of contract in 2017, alleging that Target had asked a design firm to use the font in a promotional video without a license..  A feature-length film directed by Gary Hustwit was released in 2007 to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the typeface's introduction in 1957. Two-storied 'a' (with curves of bowl and stem), a standard neo-grotesque feature, and single-storey 'g'. Helvetica o Neue Haas Grotesk è ampiamente utilizzato sans-serif caratteri sviluppato nel 1957 da Swiss carattere stilista Max Miedinger con il contributo di Eduard Hoffmann.. Helvetica è un design neo-grottesco, influenzato dal famoso carattere tipografico del XIX secolo Akzidenz-Grotesk e da altri design tedeschi e svizzeri. Intending to match the success of Univers, Arthur Ritzel of Stempel redesigned Neue Haas Grotesk into a larger family.  Two design patents on Akzidenz-Grotesk were filed in April 1898, first on the 14th in Stuttgart by Bauer and then on the 28th in Berlin by Berthold, leading Reynolds to conclude that the design was executed in Stuttgart. Helvetica is a neo-grotesque design, one influenced by the famous 19th century typeface Akzidenz-Grotesk and other German and Swiss designs.  Lange commented that the light weight "was my favourite font from the beginning. Changes from Neue Helvetica include more open spacing. Akzidenz in German means commercial. Helvetica is a common choice for commercial wordmarks, including those for 3M (including Scotch Tape), Adult Swim, American Apparel, BASF, Behance, Blaupunkt, BMW, Diaspora, ECM, Funimation, General Motors, J. C. Penney, Jeep, Kaiser Permanente, Kawasaki, Knoll, Kroger, Lufthansa, Motorola, Nestlé, Oath Inc., Panasonic, Parmalat, Philippine Airlines, Sears, Seiko Epson, Skype, Target, Texaco, Tupperware, Viceland, and Verizon. Zhukov and Kurbatov attempted to publish the typeface in 1964 but were rejected due to the font’s being too closely associated with capitalism; this was one of the major factors as to why an official Cyrillic Helvetica, Pragmatica, would not be released in the Soviet bloc until perestroika in 1989. 악치덴츠 그로테스크(Akzidenz Grotesk)는 독일어로 '악치덴츠=인쇄물 디자인', '그로테스크=산세리프'를 뜻한다고 합니다. By the 1960s, Berthold could claim in its type specimens that Akzidenz-Grotesk was: a type series which has proved itself in practice for more than 70 years and has held its ground to the present day against all comers...wherever one sees graphics and advertising of an international standard...starting a revival in Switzerland in recent years, Akzidenz-Grotesk has progressed all over the world and impressed its image in the typography of our time. , IBM used Helvetica Neue as its corporate typeface until 2017, spending over $1m annually on licensing fees.  The design was popular: Paul Shaw suggests that Helvetica "began to muscle out" Akzidenz-Grotesk in New York City from around summer 1965, when Amsterdam Continental, which imported European typefaces, stopped pushing Akzidenz-Grotesk in its marketing and began to focus on Helvetica instead.  Early references to Akzidenz-Grotesk at Berthold often use the alternative spelling 'Accidenz-Grotesk'; Reynolds suggests that the name may have been intended as a brand extension following on from an "Accidenz-Gothisch" blackletter face sold by the Bauer & Co. Designed by Akaki Razmadze at Monotype Bad homburg. Akzidenz Grotesk (anche chiamato Haas Grotesk) è un carattere realist sans-serif in origine prodotto dalla fonderia di caratteri tedesca H. Berthold AG nel 1896. Berthold first published Akzidenz-Grotesk in 1898.  Reynolds additionally points out that Theinhardt sold his foundry to Oskar Mammen and Robert and Emil Mosig in 1885, a decade before Akzidenz-Grotesk was released, and there is no evidence that he cut any further fonts for them after this year. , Contemporary versions of Akzidenz-Grotesk descend from a late-1950s project, directed by Lange at Berthold, to enlarge the typeface family. Akzidenz-Grotesk is a sans-serif typeface family originally released by the Berthold Type Foundry of Berlin. It was used as a text font in Europe, especially Switzerland, until being supplanted by Univers and Helvetica… Akzidenz-Grotesk's design descends from a school of general-purpose sans-serifs cut in the nineteenth century. Though claimed to be an improvement on Akzidenz Grotesk, it lacks all the character and charming clumsiness of Akzidenz Grotesk. Akzidenz Grotesk Font.  A digitisation of Stefan George-Schrift by Colin Kahn has been published by P22. The source of Akzidenz-Grotesk appears to be Berthold's 1897 purchase of the Bauer u. Cie Type Foundry of Stuttgart (not to be confused with the much better-known Bauer Type Foundry of Frankfurt); Kupferschmid concludes that the design appears to be related to a shadowed sans-serif (German: Schattierte Grotesk) sold by the Bauer Foundry and reviewed in a printing journal in 1896. As of 2017, the semi-bold remains Larabie's most popular font. We have room for this line, and quite a few more if pertinent.  It is used in some GNU/Linux distributions as default font replacement for Arial. Linotype's release notes date it to 1978. , lower case: Shapes like 'C' and 'S' curl back into themselves, leaving tight ", "Antique" is a term used in French for sans-serifs (for instance, The lowercase forms of Sowjietische Haas Grotesk were digitized as "Soyuz Grotesk" and released into the. [c] (Monotype Grotesque 215 also is based on German typefaces of this period. , A large number of variants of Helvetica were rapidly released to expand on its popularity, including new weights and languages. As a family of typefaces, Akzidenz-Grotesk was a work-in-progress. Much more loosely, Roboto was developed by Christian Robertson of Google as the system font for its Android operating system; this has a more condensed design with the influence of straight-sided geometric designs like DIN 1451. In 2012 the Swiss foundry Lineto released a digital edition with input from Christian Mengelt.  As in some Helvetica versions, the cedilla is replaced with a comma. Akzidenz-Grotesk a Helvetica A sans-serif typeface released in 1898 by the Berthold Type Foundry in Berlin.  Larabie has also taken inspiration from Helvetica in some of his other designs, including Movatif and GGX88. In the film, graphic designer Wim Crouwel said, "Helvetica was a real step from the 19th century typeface... We were impressed by that because it was more neutral, and neutralism was a word that we loved. Helvetica 헬베티카 . " Max Miedinger at the Haas Foundry used it as a model for the typeface Neue Haas-Grotesk, released in 1957 and renamed Helvetica in 1961. Helvetica is a widely used sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 by Swiss typeface designer Max Miedinger with input from Eduard Hoffmann.  During the metal type period, when italics for Akzidenz-Grotesk were not available, Amsterdam Continental marketed those of an unrelated typeface, Mercator, as companions instead.. Akzidenz Grotesk. ... Akzidenz Grotesk is the well-known typeface in 19th century and it has actually been the motivation of the today’s a lot of popular … The family consists of four fonts in two weights and one width, with complementary italics.  This had been established by businessman and punchcutter Ferdinand Theinhardt, who was otherwise particularly famous for his scholarly endeavours in the field of hieroglyph and Syriac typefaces; he had sold the business in 1885. The upper-case 'Q' tail crosses the circle. Designed in 1963, Sowjetische Haas Grotesk (Soviet Helvetica) was one of the first attempts to adapt Helvetica to the Cyrillic script.  Linotype, which started to sell Akzidenz-Grotesk on its hot metal typesetting system in the 1950s, continues to sell a limited digital version under the other common alternative name, 'Basic Commercial', and Bitstream offer a two-weight version named 'Gothic 725'. [e] Its comments would prove influential in later graphic design: Among all the types that are available, the so-called "Grotesque"...is the only one in spiritual accordance with our time. CApitol3 19:33, 8 May 2008 (UTC) Understood and the line before the sentence in question already states Helvetica's lineage.  Unlike Helvetica, the capitals are reduced in size so the lower-case ascenders rise above them, a common feature associated with text typefaces.  Google commissioned a variation named Arimo for Chrome OS. In 2007, Linotype GmbH held the Helvetica NOW Poster Contest to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the typeface. It was designed by two students at the Moscow Print Institute, one of whom, Maxim Zhukov, would become one of the Soviet Union's most prominent typographers. Ook werden nieuwe versies toegevoegd zoals een condensed en een extended versie. Etymology. This gives a sense of simplicity and an absence of the adornment and flourishes seen in the more decorative sans-serifs of the late nineteenth century influenced by the Art Nouveau style. Berthold released its own family in this style, Berthold-Grotesk.[d]. , Akzidenz-Grotesk did not have italics until the post-war period. Zhukov and his partner Yuri Kurbatov used upright cursive forms for several of the lowercase letters, which allowed for several of the Helvetica forms to be transferred more directly into Cyrillic. But the typesetting trade was very conservative then, and new type designs traveled slowly.  It originated from an abandoned redesign plan for the Guardian newspaper. It apparently was cut by Berthold around 1902-3, when it was announced in a trade periodical as "a new, quite usable typeface" and advertised as having matching dimensions allowing it to be combined with the regular weight of Akzidenz-Grotesk. Most of them, in particular the newest designs such as Erbar and Kabel, are inferior to the old anonymous sans-serifs, and have modifications which place them basically in line with the rest of the "art" faces. To proclaim sans-serif as the typeface of our time is not a question of being fashionable, it really does express the same tendencies to be seen in our architecture…there is no doubt that the sans-serif types available today are not yet wholly satisfactory as all-purpose faces. An A–Z of Type Designers.  Other weights were added by the time of the phototypesetting and digital versions, such as the ultra-bold 'Akzidenz-Grotesk Super'. Years later Max Miedinger redesign it and name it Neue Haas Grotesk, but they change it and called it “ Helvetia” as the female national personification of Switzerland, in order to make it sound better they rename it Helvetica. " The family consists of Helvetica Compressed, Helvetica Extra Compressed and Helvetica Ultra Compressed fonts.  Berthold released Akzidenz-Grotesk in OpenType format in 2006, under the name Akzidenz-Grotesk Pro, and added matching Cyrillic and Greek characters the next year.  This has led to a version being included on Macintosh computers and a metrically-compatible clone, Arial, on Windows computers. Neue Helvetica World: the standard in sans serif design for international corporate communications!  Oracle funded the additional development of Liberation Sans Narrow in 2010. The tail of Helvetica's R is more upright whereas Arial's R is more diagonal.  The Cyrillic version was designed in-house in the 1970s at D Stempel AG, then critiqued and redesigned in 1992 under the advice of Jovica Veljović, although a pirated version had already been created in 1963 by Russian designers Maxim Zhukov and Yuri Kurbatov.. , In the post-war period and particularly in Switzerland a revival in Akzidenz-Grotesk's popularity took hold, in what became known as the "Swiss International Style" of graphic design. Designed by Matthew Carter and Hans-Jürg Hunziker for cold type.  Kupferschmid describes it as a "reworking of "Neue Moderne Grotesk", originally ca. John Hudson of Tiro Typeworks designed the Hebrew glyphs for the font family, as well as the Cyrillic, and Greek letters.. Helvetica's G has a spur at bottom right; Arial does not, but instead has a vertical stroke connecting the curved portion to the crossbar. @kupfers was right. , Helvetica Light was designed by Stempel's artistic director Erich Schultz-Anker, in conjunction with Arthur Ritzel. Designed by Günter Gerhard Lange and issued by Berthold in 1896, Akzidenz was the forerunner of the ubiquitous Helvetica. Vielleicht ist hier eine Verbesserung noch angängig. De huidige versies van de Akzidenz Grotesk stammen uit begin jaren 1950: een project onder leiding van Günter Gerhard Lange van Berthold heeft toen de karakterset uitgebreid. Gedruckt wurde seit 1904 in der sogenannten Stefan-George-Schrift, einer Letternschrift, die der Graphiker Melchior Lechter im Jahre 1903 in Anlehnung an die Handschrift Georges aus einer freien Akzidenz-Grotesk-Schrift der Schriftgießerei Berthold, Berlin, geschaffen hatte. , Attracting considerable attention on its release as Neue Haas Grotesk (Nouvelle Antique Haas in French-speaking countries),[a] Stempel and Linotype adopted Neue Haas Grotesk for release in hot metal composition, the standard typesetting method at the time for body text, and on the international market.  Forma has been digitised by SoftMaker as "Formula" and (in a much more complete version with optical sizes) as Forma DJR by David Jonathan Ross at Font Bureau for Tatler magazine.. , number:  Akzidenz-Grotesk Bold Extended is used as the official font for the words "U.S. Air Force" in the display of the USAF symbol. An alternative 'R' with curled leg was available by request. , Akzidenz-Grotesk Old Face, designed by Lange and released in 1984, was intended to be more true to the metal type than previous phototypesetting versions and incorporate more of the original type's inconsistencies of dimensions such as x-height.  (Berthold literature from the 1900s marketed the light and regular weights as being compatible, light at the time called 'Royal-Grotesk'. 17—More on Helvetica in the United States", "Blue Pencil no.  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