Trasandina is a very unique font-family: a modern, versatile, workhorse typeface with a special personality, given by the mix of humanist and geometric models, remaining far from both extremes.
This typeface has 9 styles plus their matching italics, it has an incredible wide range of weights, from very thin to an ultra thick stem. This was made following the Luc(as) de Groot’s Interpolation Theory. Trasandina's versatility also resides in the +800 characters that each weight includes, having several open type features and language support for more than 200 languages. This font has been specially designed for web (using hinting instructions), making it work in small and large sizes on different types of screen resolutions.
Trasandina's most interesting feature is it's flexibility: On one hand, is easy to read thanks to it's humanistic letterforms which allow this typeface to be legible in small sizes while remaining neutral (specially around it's middle weights). And, at the same time, it's perfect for logos and posters that need a lot more personality, this is mainly due to it's more geometric nature in light and bold weights.