Fonts tagged as: bauhaus

Fieldwork

/ March 2, 2019

Fieldwork brings back the manual tradition of typography production, veering away from lab interpolations. Each of its 24 variants was drawn based on optical evaluation; many of its curves and details were specifically adjusted for each weight, reformulating them to better suit the requirements of the distinct stroke weighs. It is the product of aRead more

Cera Condensed Pro

/ February 17, 2019

The pan-European Cera Collection is driven by pure geometry and contains the bestselling Cera, its stenciled counterpart Cera Stencil, Cera Condensed, the hand-crafted display Cera Brush and the soft Cera Round. Developed for the narrow reading environments of mobile devices, user interfaces and text columns, Cera Condensed and Compact take the clarity and geometry ofRead more

Cobalt 27

/ January 8, 2019

Cobalt 27 was inspired by early and mid 20th century typography and graphic art movements, notably Constructivism and 60's modernism. The family consists of three weights and one alternate text version that have been designed to be used with and compliment each other. Bold has been predominantly designed to be used as headers, while MediumRead more

Malte

/ December 2, 2018

Malte is a geometric sans-serif typeface, inspired from the modern age. Designed to use as type play, headline, quote and for composition. Malte come with nine weights that mappings to CSS font weights. Malte supported many languages as included extend latin glyphs. Published by Deltatype Download Malte

Malte Thai

/ October 26, 2018

Malte Thai is a geometric sans-serif typeface, inspired from the modern age. Designed to use as type play, headline, quote and for composition. Malte come with nine weights that mappings to CSS font weights. Malte supported many languages as included extend latin glyphs. This package included Thai scripts. Published by Deltatype Download Malte Thai

Sonny Gothic

/ September 19, 2018

Sonny Gothic is our most rational-geometric typefamily until so far. It’s inspired by the geometric style of the 70s, specifically by Herb Lubalin’s work. Since we were students, we have been gazing Lubalin’s logos, typefaces and magazines as inspiration that still lives in our subconscious. At first, we made a pure geometrical typeface with modernRead more

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