is pretty unique and difficult to describe, suffice to say that it’s a geometric sans typeface with some hexagonal DNA.
defining features include soft, chamfered edges, angular bowls and shoulders, angled/hexagonal terminals, and semi-hexagonal ink traps (in a nutshell). View the microsite for full info:
was inspired by the mechanics of engineering – the humble nut and bolt in particular – it is a versatile typeface that will give your own typography a distinctive voice. Initially designed as a display typeface (for headlines, logotype, branding and short runs of text),
also reads well as body copy – particularly at smaller point sizes.
• 9 weights in Roman and Oblique • Small Caps and Alternates • Full European character set (Latin) • 640+ glyphs per font.