This interpretation of Groote Paragon Roman (1767) cut by Nicholas Kis was initiated in the type design expert class 2021, Plantin Institute of Typography.
My version has been carefully measured in its proportions and horizontal rhythms. The proposed outline drawing style is sharp and contrasting. With a generous x-height, it performs excellently at small sizes on both print and screen.

My plan is to extend the diacritics to full Latin, i.e. Pan-African, Eastern European and Asian that use the Latin alphabet, a little more than 600 glyphs.

Project on development.

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