Lorimer No. 2 is not one of those 1950s sans serifs that leave personality to the copywriters. Boxy curves, slanted terminals, and a charming x-height make this sans serif anything but neutral. Narrow letters and tight spacing fit big names in tight spaces like bottles and covers. Two widths, five weights, and italics adapt to a range of tasks from from headlines to long copy. And a companion stencil font provides a matching display face.
Dunwich Type Founders