ITC Binary™ font family


Designed by Mauricio Reyes in 1997

About ITC Binary™ font family

ITC Binary was designed by Mauricio Reyes in 1997 as a semiserif font with a pronounced stroke contrast. A distinguishing characteristic of this font is that many of the lower case letters seem to be missing a small piece of their forms, either at the base line or x-height. Setting the letters together makes an impression of waviness which draws the attention of the reader. Binary is a reserved, elegant font which should be used in point sizes of 10 or larger and only in headlines and short to middle length texts.
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Font Designer: Mauricio Reyes

ITC Binary

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ITC Binary

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Binary™ Light -  2 variants
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ITC Binary™ Bold -  2 variants
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