Through the thorough examination of different typefaces, I explored the typographic form of Minion. The typeface Minion is the name of a typeface designed by Robert Slimbach in 1990 for Adobe Systems. The name comes from the traditional naming system for type sizes and it is inspired by the late Renaissance-era typography.
Minion was used for this project because it is slightly condensed with pronounced contrast, and it is an effective text face. The typeface ensures readability, as well as it reflects its tone, its structure, and its cultural context. The original copies are of type specimen sheets from known graphic designer and typographer Wolfgang Weingart and Emil Ruder. Through the experimental pages, the use of scale and flow shows how minion combines character and functionality.