Ambroise Std™

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What is the Ambroise Std™ font?

A Didot in 14 series & 3 widths
Designed by Jean François Porchez in 2001, Ambroise is a contemporary interpretation of various typefaces belonging to Didot’s late style, conceived circa 1830, including the original forms of g, y, &; and to a lesser extent, k. These characters are found in Vibert’s typefaces. Vibert was the appointed punchcutter of the Didot family during this period. It is the Black, of which sources were surest, and which was the basis for the conception of the family. In the second half of the 19th century, it was normal to find fat Didots in several widths in the catalogs of French type foundries. These same typefaces continued to be offered until the demise of the big French foundries in the 1960s. More…
Every variation of the typeface carries a name in homage to a member of the illustrious Didot family of type founders and printers. The condensed variant is called Ambroise Firmin. The extra-condensed is called Ambroise Francois.

Ambroise Std™ Font families

The Ambroise Std™ includes the following font families:

  • Ambroise Std Light
  • Ambroise Alt Light
  • Ambroise Std Regular
  • Ambroise Alt Regular
  • Ambroise Std Demi
  • Ambroise Alt Demi
  • Ambroise Std Bold
  • Ambroise Alt Bold
  • Ambroise Std Black
  • Ambroise Alt Black
  • Ambroise Std Firmin Light
  • Ambroise Alt Firmin Light
  • Ambroise Std Firmin Regular
  • Ambroise Alt Firmin Regular
  • Ambroise Std Firmin Demi
  • Ambroise Alt Firmin Demi
  • Ambroise Std Firmin Bold
  • Ambroise Alt Firmin Bold
  • Ambroise Std Firmin Black
  • Ambroise Alt Firmin Black
  • Ambroise Alt Francois Regular
  • Ambroise Std Francois Regular
  • Ambroise Alt Francois Demi
  • Ambroise Std Francois Demi
  • Ambroise Alt Francois Bold
  • Ambroise Std Francois Bold
  • Ambroise Alt Francois Black
  • Ambroise Std Francois Black

Ambroise Std™ Preview

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