Ultralight


Panorama Extra Extended Ultralight

Ultralight Italic


Panorama Extra Extended Ultralight Italic

Extralight


Panorama Extra Extended Extralight

Extralight Italic


Panorama Extra Extended Extralight Italic

Light


Panorama Extra Extended Light

Light Italic


Panorama Extra Extended Light Italic

Regular


Panorama Extra Extended Regular

Italic


Panorama Extra Extended Italic

Semibold


Panorama Extra Extended Semibold

Semibold Italic


Panorama Extra Extended Semibold Italic

Bold


Panorama Extra Extended Bold

Bold Italic


Panorama Extra Extended Bold Italic

Black


Panorama Extra Extended Black

Black Italic


Panorama Extra Extended Black Italic

Ultrablack


Panorama Extra Extended Ultrablack

Ultrablack Italic


Panorama Extra Extended Ultrablack Italic

Panorama is not a family, it is a typeface system. It pushes beyond the usual barriers that limit familial proportions, elaborating a core design into an expansive gamut of widths (six) and weights (eight). The project began in 2003, exploring the malleability of typographic shapes. How far can one stretch a face before it breaks from its basic nature as a quiet, congenial sans? Levée let his imagination (and mechanical automation) wander, interrupting only when necessary to correct a curve or maintain the spirit of the original design. The result is an unusual kit of parts. An arsenal of nearly boundless possibilities, from ethereal thin to blinding black, with an uncommonly handy series of steps in between. Panorama is the first typeface to enter a French national public art collection.
Check out the Panorama minisite.

Awards & distinctions
The Next Web best of 2014
Fontwerk Die besten Schriften 2014

Design: Jean-Baptiste Levée. Team: Yohanna My Nguyen, Xavier Majewski, Benjamin Vesco.

Panorama Extra Extended specimen

Character set