Striated Sans Serif Font is a neo-grotesque sans serif display typeface inspired by Swiss Design in The 1960s. It can be categorized as a mixture between a Grotesque and Geometric typeface with a pinch of heavily formalized elements.
Striated uses letterforms that are often seen—and more or less registered—since the beginning of the 19th century as a basis. Nevertheless, it is also clearly rooted in the experiments of the Bauhaus school of design and their pursuit to reduce letterforms to the utmost essential. These principals keep permeating design practice today, but however futuristic the resulting shapes then may be, due to the heavy exposure to minimal shapes in the second half of the 20th century, carried by aspirations to conquer space, they often seem a bit dusty from todays perspective.
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