Interrelated font system with OpenType TTF outlines.
Unified basic form in two serif, one sans-serif and one clean sans-serif styles.
Narrow width, six weights. true italics and small caps.
36 combinable fonts.
The formal language is derived from space saving
sans-serif typefaces of the early twentieth century.
Genuine small caps of Serif, Sans and Slab are drawn with
the same line weight as their companion letters.
The old style numerals of Serif, Sans and Slab
help animate typography.
The shape of the Sans and Simple lowercase l gives the letter
additional legibility, making it ideal for public signage.
Equipped with adapted special characters, balanced proportions,
clear numerals, excellent legibility, extensive and display text applicability,
manually kerning, multilingual support, table set systematics,
tabular and proportional numerals, tight line spacing capitals, true Italics
and uniformly heights and weights.