André Baldinger’s vision of a contemporary Neo-grotesque sans serif typeface connected to the Swiss school and the International Typographic movement. With a rather small stroke contrast, it is less rough than Akzidenz Grotesk and warmer than Univers and Helvetica. It has a certain neutrality while preserving the subtle personality through which it expresses its distinguished style. The upper case letters are slightly narrower than usual to be more economical, not only in sign systems. The family comes in seven weights. The two weights ExtraHairline—with a rare stroke thickness of only 5 units—and Hairline—with a stroke thickness of 10 units—allowing you to work delicately in big sizes. The five following weights, Thin, Light, Regular, Bold and Heavy, are carefully positioned. Small caps and additional discretionary ligatures complete the features and allow you sophisticated contemporary type layouts.
OpenType features include various Stylistic Sets: ss01 Negative Circled Numbers, ss02 Circled Numbers, ss03 Negative Framed Numbers, ss04 Framed Numbers, ss05 Alternate J, ss06 Alternate l, ss07 Alternate ampersand, ss08 Alternate ampersand et, ss09 Ligature 00 oo, ss10 Ligature AA AV VA, ss11 Ligature HE TH THE, ss12 Ligature TT TU TV TW TY, ss13 Ligature cb ch ck cl ct, ss14 Ligature sb sh sk sl sp st, ss15 Ligature ei.