What is the Radiant Extra Condensed CT font?
I was commissioned by the Emporium (now Macys) to digitize Radiant Bold Extra Condensed (originally designed by Robert Middleton in 1940) for use in their Sunday supplement to the San Francisco Examiner. For several years, I stubbornly refused to add the lowercase letters to the font, because I thought it looked best just used with caps, but finally relented, added the lowercase letters and at the same time created two more weights as well: Light and Medium. Used very large and carefully, these faces can be quite elegant.
Radiant Extra Condensed CT Font families
The Radiant Extra Condensed CT includes the following font families:
- Radiant Extra Condensed Light
- Radiant Extra Condensed Medium
- Radiant Extra Condensed Bold
Radiant Extra Condensed CT Preview
Here is a preview of how Radiant Extra Condensed CT will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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