Linotype Inagur™ font family
Designed by Hans-Jürgen Ellenberger in 1999
Linotype Inagur™ is a lightly rounded sans serif. Its design seems to have traces of handwriting in its forms, almost as if it were a combination between a sans serif and a script font! Because of this mixture, some letters are particularly unique, for example the ampersand and at signs. Their uniqueness could be a strong aide in logo design. Even though Hans-Jürgen Ellenberger created it in 1999, the font family still has a strong contemporary feeling, and creates an interesting impression in text. Linotype Inagur’s numerals are of the Oldstyle figure variety, which are sometimes referred to as “lowercase” numbers.
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