Minigap Sans Serif Font
It’s a geometric mid century modern sans serif font that works well for big bold headlines on posters, as well as small body copy. The choice was made to finally have a typeface that could appear very neat, reducing ascending and descending parts of the glyphs (b, d, g, j, l, …) that could interfere with the lines above and below. All of that without going to extremes in a unicase style but also without renouncing to a great legibility.
This aesthetic, in fact, translates into a pleasant visual effect that creates well-defined lines and enhances the layout, looking excellent on small screens.
A meticulous optical correction, starting from pure geometric lines, was applied to every glyph, aiming to obtain the best version of each.
The pointed corners of capital letters and numbers have been kept even in the heavier styles, to give consistency to the family. You can clearly see how clean they look.