Polo



Polo is a well-proportioned sans-serif with lots of character. It combines the purposeful charisma of a grotesque with the harmonious legibility of a roman typeface. It has its idiosyncrasies and a style of its own, yet has almost universal applicability. Polo was developed 1972 and since then it has become a comprehensive typeface family. Totally unique for its time, this design had a decisive influence on the development of later contemporary typefaces. Different versions of Polo are available for certain sizes: Polo 11 was specially designed for smaller-sized texts while, Polo 22 is intended for larger font sizes. Polo 66 is somewhat lighter and narrower and is geared towards headlines or narrow columns of text.



Single Font
59.00 29.00
Entire Family (58 Fonts)
1,699.00 849.00

Polo Fino Polo Extralight Polo 11 Light Polo 11 Light Italic Polo 11 Regular Polo 11 Regular Italic Polo 11 Medium Polo 11 Medium Italic Polo 11 Bold Polo 11 Bold Italic Polo 11 Black Polo 11 Black Italic Polo 22 Light Polo 22 Light Italic Polo 22 Regular Polo 22 Regular Italic Polo 22 Medium Polo 22 Medium Italic Polo 22 Bold Polo 22 Bold Italic Polo 22 Black Polo 22 Black Italic Polo 66 Light Polo 66 Light Italic Polo 66 Regular Polo 66 Regular Italic Polo 66 Medium Polo 66 Medium Italic Polo 66 Bold Polo 66 Bold Italic Polo 66 Black Polo 66 Black Italic Polo Small Caps Light Polo Small Caps Regular Polo Small Caps Medium Polo Small Caps Bold Polo Condensed Light Polo Condensed Light Italic Polo Condensed Regular Polo Condensed Regular Italic Polo Condensed Medium Polo Condensed Medium Italic Polo Condensed Bold Polo Condensed Bold Italic Polo Condensed Black Polo Condensed Black Italic Polo Compressed Light Polo Compressed Light Italic Polo Compressed Regular Polo Compressed Regular Italic Polo Compressed Medium Polo Compressed Medium Italic Polo Compressed Bold Polo Compressed Bold Italic Polo Extracondensed Light Polo Extracondensed Light Italic Polo Extracondensed Regular Polo Extracondensed Regular Italic
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He smiled understandingly, much more than understandingly. It was one of those rare smiles with a quality of eternal reassurance in it, that you may come across four or five times in life. It faced, or seemed to face, the whole external world for an instant, and then concentrated on you with an irresistible prejudice in your favor. It understood you just so far as you wanted to be understood, believed in you as you would like to believe in yourself, and assured you that it had precisely the impression of you that, at your best, you hoped to convey.