It’s Dunbar, but italic
CJ Type expands Dunbar with slants
CJ’s contemporary interpretation of Erbar Grotesk, Dunbar, has a unique family structure with three proportions: Tall and Low—meant for display settings—plus a Text style for smaller settings. With a design space consistent with these three proportions, Dunbar Italic doubles the number of styles in the family, expanding usability and opening up endless typographic possibilities for this geometric sans. The Italics for both the Tall and Low styles are set at a six degree slant while the text at a slightly more exaggerated angle of 10 degrees, optimizing it for smaller settings. The default characters for the M, a, b, and e have special forms designed specifically for the Italics. If you want to mix things up, CJ recommends pairing Dunbar Italic with Gimlet, Kazimir, Miller or Farnham. News flash: Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to test or license the variable version, or if you have any questions about this exciting new font format. Like all CJ Type fonts, Dunbar can be licensed 24/7—for print, web, mobile apps, and ePubs. are available for desktop, web, app. Webfonts may be tested for thirty days and desktop trials are available upon request. Have a licensing question? Get in touch. To stay current on all things CJ Type and Type Network, subscribe to the Type Network News, our occasional newsletter featuring releases, foundry happenings, type and design events, and more.