Ladoga font family


Designed by Sebastian Kempgen

About Ladoga font family

Akzidenz Grotesk appeared with Berthold in 1900, designed by type setters whose names have not been recorded, but whose skill cannot be overlooked. This font has been popular among groups and movements so diverse as the Bauhaus, Dadaism, and the masters of Swiss typography. It served as an influence for a variety of newer, more anonymous grotesque fonts as well as Helvetica. Akzidenz Grotesk is an objective font with almost no distinguishing characteristics. However, small irregularities give the font its liveliness and legibility, as well as its popularity.

Ladoga

Desktop fonts

12 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Ladoga Regular
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Ladoga Italic
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Ladoga Bold
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Ladoga Bold Italic
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Ladoga Narrow
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Ladoga Narrow Italic
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Ladoga Narrow Bold
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Ladoga Narrow Bold Italic
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Ladoga Light
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Ladoga Light Oblique
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Ladoga Black
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Ladoga Black Oblique
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