This is Canada Type’s second Helmut Matheis revival.
Rhino is what Matheis did under the name Mobil for the Ludwig & Mayer foundry in 1960. It’s an informal text face with some attractive irregularities relating to the traits of handwriting. The influence of the human hand can be clearly seen in letters like the A, J, Q, R, T and pretty much all of the lowercase.
Though obviously inspired by and tooled after the human touch, Rhino’s functionality extends to even a page or two of text setting. Aside from its functionality, Rhino gives short paragraphs what the classic immersive-reading fonts are not built for: immediate friendliness and natural humility.
A few alternates and ligatures are included within the font.