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T-Star’s features include low-contrast, uniform line width, laterally flattened, round basic forms, as well as cut-back ascenders and descenders. It’s a plain, technical-style typeface that is slender in its proportions and highly economical when it comes to the space taken up by body text. It’s appearance is marked by openness and individual characters show surprisingly unconventional features. Where predetermined patterns and systems proved unsatisfactory, shapes were interpreted intuitively, but stringently. At the heart of T-Star is the connection between the development of a typeface and the growth of personal skills and abilities. The starting point was marked by the open definition of objectives and not yet fully developed technical and craft skills. This resulted in a long-drawn-out evolutionary process. Over time, several revisions of this typeface increased the clarity of both form and content as well as personal gain and insight. T-Star is convincing as a straightforward title and body copy typeface with a well-developed font family ranging from light to heavy. Its language sets comprise all Eastern European and Nordic characters and have been extended to include Vietnamese, Cyrillic, and Greek in the PRO-version.

Designed by Michael Mischler 2002,
revised and extended in 2017 to the Version 4.0

 



More details about the T-Star typeface development



The new T-Star 4.0 Contextualized type specimen No 4