Tempo® font family


Designed by Robert Hunter Middleton in 1931

About Tempo® font family

The Tempo font family was designed by R. Hunter Middleton and released between 1930 and 1931. The instant success of Futura in 1927 led to many similar designs, and Tempo is the version produced by the Ludlow foundry for large headlines in newpapers.
Like Futura, Tempo font is basically geometric, but shows some humanistic influence. Tempo is popular for newspaper and commercial printing, and the heavy condensed font is excellent for headlines.
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Font Designer: Robert Hunter Middleton

Tempo

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Tempo

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Tempo® Heavy Condensed -  2 variants
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Tempo® Heavy Condensed Italic -  1 variant
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