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Paulo Goode
This extensive 60-font type family was inspired by the best (and worst) of 1970s science fiction TV shows and movies. Verbatim aims to extract the essence of futuristic type from that era, add a dash of modern style and conjure a cinematic typeface for the 21st century. From the extremes of the thin condensed, all the way through to the black extended, Verbatim has the scope to add drama to your titles and headings, and finesse to your logo and branding projects. Distinguishing features include a large x-height and open counters that aid legibility. This typeface crosses a few boundaries of type specification in that it is both rounded and square, it is part geometric in construction with a touch of humanistic flair and stroke contrast – giving Verbatim a distinctive and confident air. Key features: • 6 weights in Roman and Oblique • 5 Styles – Condensed, Narrow, Regular, Wide, Extended • Small Caps and 7 Alternates • European Language Support (Latin) • 600 glyphs per font. See more detailed examples at the Verbatim microsite.
Sans Serif
Square Sans