Graphik Wide Family
Extended sans serifs first appeared in the 19th century, when printers making lottery posters demanded endless novelty in letterforms, pushing typefounders to explore the limits of width and weight. The 20th century saw wide sans serifs incorporated into systematic, grid-friendly grotesks. Graphik Wide draws on both of these traditions, further broadening the utility of the Graphik collection. Graphik Wide is suited for posters, book covers, editorial design, and when set with an expansive enough measure, it can even be comfortable for text.