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Retooled with additional weights and improved spacing – Linotype’s Neue FrutigerWe’ve built an entire Micro-Site to illustrate Neue Frutiger’s intrinsicate details. Visit www.NeueFrutiger.com to learn all about Adrian Frutiger and Akira Kobayashi’s newest family!
Frutiger Next, created in 1999, is a further development of Frutiger, not necessarily a rethinking of the design itself. It was based on a new concept, the most obvious visual characteristics of which is the larger x-height, as well as a more pronounced ascender height and descender depth for lower case letters in relation to capitals. This new design created a balanced image and included considerably narrower letterspacing. Frutiger Next meets the demand for a space-saving, modern humanist sans.
2009’s Neue Frutiger is a rethink of the 1977 Frutiger family, now revised and improved by Akira Kobayashi in close collaboration with Adrian Frutiger. Despite the various changes, this “New Frutiger” still fits perfectly with the original Frutiger family, and serves to harmoniously enhance the weights and styles already in existence.
Adrian Frutiger and Akira Kobayashi work together on the “Neue Frutiger” font family
Comparison: Frutiger and Neue Frutiger
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