Cirkulus™ font family

Designed by Michael Neugebauer in 1970

About Cirkulus™ font family

Cirkulus is an experimental display face, constructed using combinations of hairline circles and straight lines. The typeface was designed by Michael Neugebauer in 1970. The letters exude a constructivist aura, reminiscent of both the revolutionary 1920s, and the digital experiments of the 1990s. Cirkulus is a unicase alphabet, with a very lightweight appearance, and should be used solely in large display sizes.
More related documents:
Font Feature: Geometric Fonts
Type Gallery: Cirkulus
Font Designer: Michael Neugebauer
Font Feature: The Constructivists – Introduction


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Cirkulus™ Regular
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