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Almost every graphic student has at one time or another tried their hand at a geometrical type. Few have made anything remotely memorable. But in the early 1950s, Novarese and Butti made Microgramma for the best known of the Italian foundries, Nebiolo, in Turin. Microgramma came with a variety of weights and widths, which enhanced its immediate popularity. But the original version of Microgramma had only caps. So, a decade later, Aldo Novarese designed Eurostile, adding a lower-case alphabet and some additional weights, like Compact. What you get here is the starter kit.
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