About Saarinen

P22 Saarinen is a typeface based on the architectural lettering of Finnish American architect Eero Saarinen.The Saarinen fonts were created to help commemorate the 75th anniversary of Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, NY, which was designed by Saarinen in collaboration with his father Eliel Saarinen and is recognized as one of the greatest concert halls ever built in the United States.

Saarinen’s own lettering styles were combined with various lettering manual suggestion for proper lettering to create a flexible casual lettering style in regular and bold weights.

The Pro fonts include multiple variations of each letter for a more natural lettering style as well as stylist in variants to achieve various highs for crossbars and other customizable variants. The Pro fonts also include Central European character set, fractions, small caps and an array of hand drawn directional arrows.

Individual non-pro versions feature:
Saarinen Regular - characters with low cross bars
Saarinen Alt 1 - characters with high cross bars
Saarinen Alt 2 - characters with mid cross bars and old style figures
Saarinen Arrows - bold and regular arrows combined in one font

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Saarinen User Guide

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