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Fractul

By Adam Ladd

Adam Ladd
Adam Ladd

Fractul is a geometric sans serif with architectural qualities. Built from the Konnect family—which features geometric forms, classical proportions, a large x-height, and closed apertures—this typeface introduces even more unique and display oriented design details. You'll see this most evidenced in characters like a, f, g, t, y, etc. where certain strokes have been straightened for an angular and modern appearance.

Also included is Fractul Alt. This alternate type family furthers the angular design by styling characters like m, n, u, etc. to be rectangular. With this family employed, the typographic voice becomes a little more distinct or avant-garde. Easily switch between these two families to see what works best for the design.

Fractul has many OpenType features:
- Multiple stylistic alternates (6 stylistic sets)
- Standard and discretionary ligatures
- Case-sensitive punctuation for All Caps
- Fractions, numerators, denominators
- Superscript, subscript
- Slashed zero

With over 600 glyphs, this font has extensive Latin language support (100+ Latin languages) for Western, Central, and South Eastern European.

Sans Serif