Originally issued by Font Bureau. Now available from Occupant Fonts via Type Network.
“‘Kiosk’ in Spanish is Quiosco, also the name of a text family designed by Cyrus Highsmith (after Prensa) that follows W.A. Dwiggins in deliberately contrasting character outline with the counter shape. Highsmith addresses the narrow news column by bringing new life to the forms of a newspaper text face while adding nothing to character width. Quiosco permits more compact wordspaces with no loss of readability.” — Font Bureau