Trending Typefaces and Type Styles 06
Made Somewhere explores three fantastic typefaces to perfectly accompany your next project.
This week has three new typefaces to explore: Staff Wide by Rui Abreu, Neue Haas Grotesk by Christian Schwartz and Mixta by Rodrigo Fuenzalida. All unique in personality and appearance, these are three typefaces to perfectly accompany your next project.
Staff Wide by Rui Abreu
Firstly, a contemporary neo-grotesk sans typeface with a bold stance and demanding presence. Staff Wide comprises offbeat details and a horizontal appearance that extends throughout the family, creating an interesting and unique structure. The entire Staff family comprises 82 styles that range from Staff XXX Condensed Light to Staff X Wide Black with matching fourteen-degree-slanted italics, making the Staff family an extremely versatile and well-rounded collection.
Neue Haas Grotesk by Christian Schwartz
Seen as a restoration project by Christian Schwartz to design a digital revival of Neue Haas Grotesk and bring the original work of Max Miedinger back to life. Schwartz completed the family in 2010 for Richard Turley at Bloomberg Businessweek. In any case, the Neue Haas Grotesk family is a clean font with definition and versatility that needs no explanation.
Mixta by Rodrigo Fuenzalida
Lastly, Mixta, designed by Rodrigo Fuenzalida and published by Latinotype. Containing 54 styles and family package options. Mixta is a serif typeface with characteristic and defined features. Furthermore, the font was inspired by the concept of mixing unique terminals to give the font a singular appearance. Its design is composed of diverse styles such as Didone and contemporary faces.
We hope you enjoyed Trending Typefaces and Type Styles 06. Additionally, you can see other fantastic options in our other posts – Trending Typefaces and Type Styles 01 and Trending Typefaces and Type Styles 05. Without a doubt, there will be more typefaces that will assist you with your next project!
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