Parisine PTF - Tom Grace: typeface design, font development, and lettering
Parisine PTF basic charset

Parisine, created in 1996 by Jean François Porchez for the Parisian metro and transit network RATP, underwent an expansion in 1999. It has since been resculpted in OpenType format and released in 2006. Parisine PTF is a highly legible twelve-font family with a 700+ character set and support for a variety of typographic treatments in OpenType-savvy applications.

Role: Assistance in developing the character set for language and formatting support, designing additional variant characters, OpenType programming, design refinement, font family assembly, hinting, kerning, font production, and font testing.