Utopia is the name of a transitional serif typeface designed by Robert Slimbach, who worked at Adobe Systems, and which was released in 1989.It was one of the first typefaces to be part of the collection of selected fonts called Adobe Originals.

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  • Utopia is the name of a transitional serif typeface designed by Robert Slimbach, who worked at Adobe Systems, and which was released in 1989.It was one of the first typefaces to be part of the collection of selected fonts called Adobe Originals. New versions of the typeface are released in the OpenType format and include variations in design (generally with more than the basic two weights, ligatures, optical variants, and small capitals, among other features), in what the industry calls an Expert Set of typefaces.
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  • Adobe Utopia
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  • Utopia Regular
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  • Utopia is the name of a transitional serif typeface designed by Robert Slimbach, who worked at Adobe Systems, and which was released in 1989.It was one of the first typefaces to be part of the collection of selected fonts called Adobe Originals.
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  • Utopia (typeface)
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