(...) Timplan continued in a more contemplative mode with sophisticated sans-serif Elsa, and now the impressive new Sarre family. While in some respects Sarre is reminiscent of Amplitude, it is very different and very personal in its detailing. There’s a smart game going on of pronounced contrasts and sharp ductus changes, lending a striking personality to large headlines and briskness to small text settings. The typeface is rather narrow for a text face, so settings should be medium-sized. Small caps, real italics, and multiple figure sets are all in place.