With one eye on the present and another one on the past, Ramiro Espinoza designs Dejanire Headline, Retype’s most recent and beautiful editorial typeface.
Ramiro Espinoza’s new offerings include a rerelease, an expansion, and the beginnings of a superfamily.
Inspired by historical lettering and carrying forward Retype’s legacy of quality designs, Ramiro Espinoza’s latest releases compliment the popular Dejanire Headline and Dejanire Sans.
With new weights and extended language support, Kade is ready for some heavy lifting.
With a freshly expanded character set and other typographic enhancements, Barbieri from Retype is set to shine.
The Amsterdam Signpainters collective brings the luscious loops of Retype’s Krul back to where the vertiginous forms came into being: on the windows of the Dutch capital’s happy “brown bars.”
Editorial designers, take note: Retype introduces Guyot Text, a carefully crafted counterpart to a dazzling set of headline styles published earlier this year.
From bar windows to book covers to boats, the wildly diverse culture of the Netherlands informs a trio of types from this Hague-based foundry.
Our new foundry partner launches with a stunning set of designs, including an exclusive new release, Guyot Headline, the first of Espinoza’s types inspired by the sixteenth-century French punchcutter.