I first remember seeing Glaser Stencil being used on the cover of Phaidon’s Design Classics series – the chunkiest, quirkiest set of numerals you’ve ever seen. Now HypeForType has released the font in a set of lighter weights that will surely be much more versatile.
Glaser Stencil was designed by the world renowned American illustrator and graphic designer, Milton Glaser. Originally it featured on a Camegie Hall poster by Glaser in 1967. The bold weight was digitalised by many, however the forgotten lighter weights have never been digitalised until now. In agreement with Milton Glaser himself, Glaser Stencil has been officially brought back to life by Rick Banks at Face37, and is sold exclusively at HypeForType. Glaser Stencil is an all caps font available in four weights: Extra Light, Light, Medium, and Demi.
I’m guessing we’ll see these being used in a lot of restaurant branding. Snag it for yourself by clicking here.