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Geometric Fonts

The repetition of simple geometric shapes forms a daily part of our environment. Throughout the 20th century – and into the 21st – typefaces whose designs have taken advantage of this have remained popular. But finding exactly the right mood can be tricky. For your convenience, we have grouped some of our favorite geometric typefaces (mostly sans serif and symbol) into four categories: circles, squares, ovals, and triangles.

Circle Typefaces | Square Typefaces | Oval Typefaces | Triangle Typefaces | Products

Circle Typefaces
Circle typefaces are reminiscent of European design from the 1920s, like Herbert Bayer’s letterforms from the Bauhaus. But they have never diminished in popularity; just look at ITC Avant Garde Gothic™, from the early 1970s, or Avenir™, from the late 1980s. Typefaces in this category often have their elements boiled down to two simple forms: circles or other rounded forms, and straight lines. Quite a contrast! Use them to represent sleek movement, dynamism, or the future.

ITC Avant Garde Gothic
ITC Avant Garde Gothic™
Avenir
Avenir™
Avenir Next
Avenir™ Next
Banjoman
Banjoman™
ITC Bauhaus
ITC Bauhaus™
Blippo
Blippo
Century Gothic
Century Gothic™
Cirkulus
Cirkulus™
Contacta
Contacta™
DIN Neuzeit Grotesk
DIN Neuzeit™ Grotesk
Frankfurter
Frankfurter™
Linotype Funny Bones
Linotype Funny Bones™
Futura
Futura®
Horatio
Horatio
Insignia
Insignia™
Kabel
Kabel™
ITC Kabel
ITC Kabel™
Linotype Labyrinth
Linotype Labyrinth™
Litera
Litera
Neuzeit Office
Neuzeit™ Office
Neuzeit S
Neuzeit S™
Premier
Premier™
Pump
Pump™
ITC Ronda
ITC Ronda™ Office
Twentieth Century
Twentieth Century™
Linotype Circles
Linotype Circles™


Square Typefaces
Square typefaces are stately. Forms like those seen in Morris Sans™ may often be found on official monuments or on sci-fi movie posters. Other square types look more like the techno-era Linotype Killer™. These faces are perfect for the party scene or the computer screen.

ITC Blair
ITC Blair™
Eurostile
Eurostile™
F2F Frontpage Four™
F2F Frontpage Four™
Isonorm
Isonorm™
Just Square
Just Square™
Linotype Killer
Linotype Killer™
Microgramma
Microgramma™
Morris Sans
Morris Sans™
ITC Pioneer
ITC Pioneer®
Quartan
Quartan™
Russell Square
Russell Square™
Sackers™ Square Gothic
Sackers™ Square Gothic
Serpentine
Serpentine™
ITC Stenberg
ITC Stenberg™
ITC Tetra
ITC Tetra™
Umbra
Umbra™
Linotype Short Story
Linotype Short Story™
Linotype Squares
Linotype Squares™


Oval Typefaces
Oval typefaces tend to have more extreme proportions. Either their letterforms are very narrow or very wide, like an oval standing tall or laying on its side. These two extremes can be seen in Seebad™, which is coolly condensed, and Vienna Extended™, whose name says almost all you need to know.

ITC Flatiron
ITC Flatiron™
Flyer
Flyer™
Copperplate Gothic
Copperplate Gothic
Sackers Gothic
Sackers™ Gothic
Seebad
Seebad™
VAG
VAG
Vienna Extended
Vienna Extended™


Triangle Typefaces
Triangle typefaces are the rarest of the geometric breed. Since triangular forms do not appear often in our alphabet, these faces are purely decorative. Nevertheless, they convey geometry pure!

Black Boton
Black Boton™
Sinaloa
Sinaloa™
Linotype American Indian
Linotype American Indian™
Linotype Triangles
Linotype Triangles™
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