Le Monde Livre

Designed by Jean Francois Porchez

Le Monde Livre

Collections

Collection Purchase
Le MondeLivre Full Family 10 fonts
Le MondeLivre Full Family
327,00€
Le Monde Livre 4 Weights – regular, italic, bold, bold italic
Le Monde Livre 4 Weights
146,00€

Styles

Style Purchase
Le Monde Livre Regular
Le Monde Livre Regular
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Italic
Le Monde Livre Italic
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Book
Le Monde Livre Book
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Book Italic
Le Monde Livre Book Italic
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Demi
Le Monde Livre Demi
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Demi Italic
Le Monde Livre Demi Italic
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Extra Demi
Le Monde Livre Extra Demi
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Extra Demi Italic
Le Monde Livre Extra Demi Italic
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Bold
Le Monde Livre Bold
55,00€
Le Monde Livre Bold Italic
Le Monde Livre Bold Italic
55,00€
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Before the arrival of Phototypesetting, each font size had a specific design. Le Monde Livre, designed by Jean François Porchez, along with Le Monde Journal re-establishes this practice. When Le Monde Journal was developed specifically for use at small point sizes (below 10 points.) Le Monde Livre works beautifully for book typography, magazine settings. In comparison to the italics in Le Monde Journal, Le Monde Livre’s italics are of a totally new design, closer to the models of the Renaissance. The families match well together on the same page, Le Monde Journal for small sizes settings, Le Monde Livre for large settings. For more extravagant page settings, try Le Monde Livre Classic a special version featuring italic swashes, vignettes, etc.

Le Monde Livre is available in ten series in roman, italic. 700 glyphs by serie available in Pro versions which allows for the composition of numerous Latin-script European languages. Along with small caps available in the five weights, 4 sets of figures are provided–lining and oldstyle–in tabular and proportional widths, depending on the version. Miniscule lowercase, figures for automated fractions, are also included in addition a set of dingbats for everyday use in book and magazine design along any usual graphic design projects.

Pairs Well With

In Use

Project: Causeur
Designer: François Miclo
Le Monde Livre