LucasFonts is the company of Dutch type designer
Luc(as) de Groot.
Luc(as) de Groot is mostly known for his Thesis project. Besides these and other retail fonts available via our web shop, LucasFonts offers every possible kind of service in adapting fonts to your needs and designing customized glyphs or complete typefaces. Contact
With Thesis, Luc(as) de Groot pioneered the concept of the all-purpose type system or superfamily. Thesis provides the user with three compatible styles – TheSans, TheMix and TheSerif – in a range of eight weights including real italics. The Thesis family has been expanded over the years (TheSans and TheMix are now available in three widths). TheSans also offers three ultra-narrow widths and several sub-families.
November 24–26 & 29 | 3 day workshop, Serebro Nabora, Moscow
“Eye Opener Design” (with Aleksandra Samulenkova) & lecture tba
August 27, 2014 | Symposion, tga, Raabs/Austria
“Qualität – buchstäblich”
July 24, 2014 | Typostammtisch Berlin at LucasFonts
“Lesbarkeit pro Quadratzentimeter”
May 24, 2014 | Leipziger Typotage zum Thema „Schrift global“ (Museum für Druckkunst Leipzig)
November 2, 2013 | Ampersand Conference New York City
“Readability per Square Centimetre”
Milestone 2014: Taz Wide and Taz Extended complement the Taz family. 10 weights each with 812 glyphs including Vietnamese (!), stylistic alternates, and 8 figure sets. Like all Taz fonts, they have square dots and punctuation marks, which can be switched to rounded versions for a softer look. Taz Wide has a generous width and saves vertical space. Taz Extended, as one of the widest fonts on the market, makes a vigorous impression and is ideally suited for contemporary editorial design, striking art and advertising..
Der Freitag, a Germany based weekly periodical has received the award Worlds Best Designed Newspaper by the Society for News Design. Der Freitag is completely set in a customized version of TheAntiqua, including an elegant hairline cut for large headlines. www.snd.org
Check out this extensive feature about Luc(as) in the latest issue of Sabine. Sabine is the quarterly, German language magazine published by the design department of the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam. Read more