01 Freytag (2002)
a constructed sans serif
Thanks to its sophisticated design, which combines the synthetic character of the Bauhaus era with good legibility and a homogeneous typographic appearance, Linotype Freytag must be considered one of the best Bauhaus-style fonts currently available. Its excellent range of styles, with its various weights and the new, corresponding italics, mean that this font has an unusually wide range of potential applications. It is ideal, for example, for flyers and posters, for advertisements and the headlines to magazine texts.
Weights: (8) UltraLight, UltraLight Italic, Light, Light Italic, Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic
OT Features:aalt, case, dlig, dnom, frac, kern, liga, lnum, mark, mkmk, numr, onum, ordn, pnum, ss02, ss03, subs, sups, tnum
Supported Languages:Western Europe, Central/Eastern Europe, Baltic, Turkish, Romanian, Cyrillic
Design: Arne Freytag, 2012
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