ITC Bauhaus® font family

Designed by Edward Benguiat in 1975
Victor Caruso in 1975
Herbert Bayer in 1925

About ITC Bauhaus® font family

ITC Bauhaus was designed by Edward Benguiat and Victor Caruso in 1975. They based it on a prototype face drawn by Herbert Bayer in 1925 while he was teaching at the Bauhaus School in Dessau, Germany. ITC Bauhaus has simple geometric shapes and monotone stroke weights. The rounded, open forms and quirky geometric gyrations of ITC Bauhaus will make contemporary graphic designs look both fun and stylish. Similar geometric faces are Blippo, Plaza, Pump, or more geometric in form are Avant Garde, Avenir, Erbar, Neuzeit Grotesk, and Kabel.
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Type Gallery: ITC Bauhaus
Font Feature: The Constructivists – Introduction

ITC Bauhaus®

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