Nort W07 Bold Fonts
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FF Nort has all the design attributes that make for an exceptionally versatile print and web typeface and it benefits from a distinct personality. Equally at home in long-form text copy or billboard size headlines, the family knows few boundaries. There is also a handcrafted neo-grotesque quality to the design, giving FF Nort a friendly mien and separating it from other industrial strength sans serif typefaces. Terminals are clipped at 90 angles to the stroke and counters are slightly condensed, saving space with no loss of legibility. The light weights have a subtle elegance, while the bold are commanding. All eight weights, and their italic companions, enjoy a large character set, with support for most Central and several Eastern European languages including Cyrillic and Greek. Drawn by Jrg Hemker, the inspiration for FF Nort came from Transport, the typeface designed for Britains highway signage. Transport is formal, intellectual, and a model for modern street signage, but it was not intended for small sizes or continuous reading. Hemker took the basic structure of Transport and rebuilt it into a design thats perfect for a wide range of contemporary hardcopy and digital imaging projects.
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