Triplex (typeface)

The Triplex type font style is a typeface designed by Zuzana Licko and John Downer in 1985 and 1989.[1][2] It is distributed by Emigre. It is used by Avex & Prezi for its logo. It was also used as the typeface for Disney Channel from 1997-2002. It has both Sans-serif and Serif variation.

Triplex Sans
TriplexSpec.svg
CategorySans-serif
Designer(s)Zuzana Licko
Date released1989
Design based onTriplex Italic by John Downer
VariationsTriplex Serif, Triplex Italic
TrademarkEmigre

John Downer first designed sans-serif Triplex Italic in 1985, then Zuzana Licko designed the other fonts in the family, including Triplex Sans and Triplex Serif.[3]

VariationsEdit

Sans-serifEdit

The list below is all the sans-serif variations of Triplex typeface.[1][4]

  • Normal width:
    • Triplex Sans Light
    • Triplex Sans Bold
    • Triplex Sans Extra Bold
  • Condensed width:
    • Triplex Condensed Sans Regular
    • Triplex Condensed Sans Black
  • Italic:
    • Triplex Italic Light
    • Triplex Italic Bold
    • Triplex Italic Extra Bold

SerifEdit

The list below is all the Serif variations of Triplex typeface.[1][4]

  • Normal width:
    • Triplex Serif Light
    • Triplex Serif Bold
    • Triplex Serif Extra Bold
  • Condensed width:
    • Triplex Condensed Serif Regular
    • Triplex Condensed Serif Black

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Emigre Fonts: Triplex". Emigre Fonts. Retrieved 20 February 2013.
  2. ^ "Emigre Fonts: Triplex Italic". Emigre Fonts. Retrieved 20 February 2013.
  3. ^ Because the italic font was designed prior to the normal fonts.
  4. ^ a b "Triplex - MyFonts". MyFonts Inc.

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