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Let’s take a look at the Futura Font, a Sans-Serif typeface designed by Paul Renner. It is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Paul Renner. It was an early example of the clear lines of the Bauhaus and the rationalism movement, as well as geometric typefaces in general.

The original name was Neutraface when it was published in 1927, but it was renamed Futura around 1930 by its master printer, G.F. Schroder, to sound more modern. The typeface was one of the most popular types of the twentieth century, and it is still widely used today. This font works well with League Spartan font and its styles.

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Futura Font
Futura Font

Futura Light Oblique is a slight variation on Futura Light that retains the same proportions but with a slightly more condensed construction for better readability at smaller sizes.

The extended family includes sixteen weights/styles in all, including four condensed styles with ascenders that are vertically aligned to the cap height (similar to a font like Gill Sans), four condensed styles with ascenders that align with the x-height, six oblique versions of each style (except for Light Condensed Oblique, which has no Lightweight), and a set of shadowed characters that resemble high-contrast blackletter characters.

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Title Futura Font
File Type Geometric sans-serif
Artist Paul Renner, Tommy Thompson, Edwin W. Shaar
Category Opentype & Truetype
License Type Commercial Font
Style Free Version

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