Progress Through Typography is pleased to announce Sol Sans, a new typeface designed by Ian Whittlesea.

It is based on Sol LeWitt's handwritten Sentences on Conceptual Art, first published in 0-9, New York , 1969, and Art-Language , England , May 1969.

Any letters and numbers not used in LeWitt's original text have been replaced with Helvetica Medium.

Sol Sans is a typeface that does a single job perfectly, allowing anyone to re-write LeWitt's work, and in the process follows Sentence 5:

Irrational thoughts should be followed absolutely and logically.

For further information and to receive a copy of Sol Sans please go to:


Mark Pearson

you can also view our sister site at:

< 1 of 1 >