Geometric Sans Value Pack
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Geometric Sans Value Pack
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This month’s Value Pack contains ten geometric sans serif fonts from some of the world’s best known type designers. The Value Pack is an inexpensive way to expand your font library without hurting your pocket.
These tremendous ten are included:
German designer Karin Huschka’s Linotype Authentic™ Sans Regular is a post-modern mix of geometry, asymmetry, and some truly unique letterforms.
Dave Farey’s Cachet™ Book is a geometric sans with plenty of flare. Some of the more discrete details really come into their own when the type is used at larger sizes — in particular those flared and gently rounded terminals.
Akira Kobayashi’s wonderful Calcite™ just oozes character. Curved on the outside, square on the inside. An italic typeface that is just perfect for numerous display purposes.
This light-hearted variation on the Eurostile® theme is softer, warmer and more fun. A great choice for Children’s books or headlines that need to say ‘party’. Designed by Akira Kobayashi.
Fancy a little mid-century modern? Then you can’t go wrong with this eternally modern-looking Sans Serif. This ultralight weight reveals the skeleton under the flesh of Eurostile’s letterforms. A very stylish, minimalist, and refined display face. Redrawn and expanded in 2008 by Akira Kobayashi.
Reminiscent of the tubular steel of the Bauhaus House, Lutz Baar’s Linotype Kaliber™ Bold is a futuristic and flexible geometric monoline sans with numerous open counters and rounded corners.
A heavyweight sans from typographic heavyweight Seb Lester. For attention-seeking headlines this simple, yet beautifully drawn type is the perfect choice.
Its compact and open forms, short extenders and tensile curves, combine to make Nina Lee Storm’s Noa™ Condensed an eminently functional and legible sans. What’s more it’s optimized for the screen.
Another accomplished sans serif from Seb Lester. Great at all sizes from text to display, it is perfect for corporate identities and applications that demand an authoritative yet inviting face.
Inspired by lettering commissioned by New Scientist magazine, Zemestro™ Medium from Dave Farey is an unfussy, modern, and legible sans serif.