Neutro Grotesk Typeface
Hello world! I’m happy to introduce you to a new sans serif typeface. I believe it will please you. Introducing Neutro Grotesk Typeface! Neutro Grotesk designed by Paul Simpson. Neutro Grotesk is a condensed, sans serif typeface inspired by the Merz logotype of the 1920s. The logotype, created by Russian artist El Lissitzky for German Dadaist Kurt Schwitters, features narrow lettering, a uniform weight, and tight spacing. What started as a homage to this iconic logotype, Neutro Grotesk has evolved into a style of it’s own, becoming a mix of modernist functionality, post-modern aesthetic, and a touch of my own personal flair. This typeface features 96 characters, covering upper-case, lower-case, number, punctuation, and symbol characters; this typeface is also designed as a display-face, and should be used at a 24 point font size or greater for maximum legibility.
Thanks very much to Paul Simpson, Neutro Grotesk free for personal and commercial use. Please download and enjoy, or can search more similar fonts on befonts.