Thesis TheSans Mono (16 typefaces) (LucasFonts)
About LucasFontsLucas de Groot, known professionally as Luc(as) de Groot (born 21 June 1963 in Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands) is a Dutch type designer. He is the head of the type foundry Fontfabrik.
He is mostly known for the very large font family Thesis (TheSans, TheSerif, TheMix, TheSansMono and later TheAntiqua) and Corpid (previously AgroSans).
Luc de Groot also designed custom fonts such as Calibri and Consolas for Microsoft Windows Vista, for magazines and newspapers like Der Spiegel with "SpiegelSans", die tageszeitung with "Taz", Folha de S. Paulo with "FolhaSerif", or corporations like Sun Microsystems with "SunSans".
Lucas de Groot teaches at the Design Faculty of the University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam, Germany.
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About this fontThesis is a "superfamily" including both serif and sans serif styles. First published in 1994 as part of the FontFont collection, Thesis became part of the LucasFonts type library in 2000. The family was conceived as a versatile typographic system of ambitious scope. It grew out of a dissatisfaction with the limited range of good typefaces available for corporate identity projects. Thesis aims to fill that gap by providing the user with three compatible styles - TheSans, TheMix and TheSerif - in an optically harmonious range of eight weights, including real italics for each weight. Thesis pioneered the concept of the all-purpose type system or superfamily which has since become such an important tool for the discerning typographer. The Thesis family has been expanded over the years. TheSans and TheMix are now available in three widths: Normal, Condensed and SemiCondensed.
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