• The sanserif only seems to be the simpler script. It is a form that was violently reduced for little children. For adults it is more difficult to read than serifed roman type, whose serifs were never meant to be ornamental.

    Jan Tschichold, Robert Bringhurst, Hajo Hadeler (1991). “The form of the book: essays on the morality of good design”, Hartley & Marks Publishers
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