Acier Sans Serif Font is a sophisticated geometric extended font inspired by popular sans-serif fonts. This font is a self-assumed modernist typeface and mixes several influences: above all, functionalist decorative arts, design, and architecture, along with urban epigraphy. It is also emblematic of the various aspects of 19th-century display typography, exploring the fantastical and three-dimenional aspects that were fashionable at that time. Acier bears this link into the metal from which it took its name (NB: “Acier” means “Steel” in French), just as Jérôme Peignot notices: “Few typographic works have been so effective in connecting the physical and graphical worlds”. Jean-Baptiste Levée’s revival is the first to bring Acier into digital form. After careful study of original specimens, Levée redrew the two styles (Noir & Gris) from scratch, maintaining two optical sizes, and added Solid, Outline, and Strokes fonts for the application of color effects.
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