Each typeface has its particular use, certain characteristics that meet quite different circumstances of application. Whereas lettering designed for text seeks to pass unperceived, at the other end of the spectrum we have “display” typefaces for working at an eye-catching size. We present the Neufville Digital Poster Collection: a selection of typefaces designed to stand out. Each one has its own style, lending your design a visible and powerful voice. An ideal group of letters for the creation of posters in a unique summer promotion: five typefaces, 23 styles for just €55.
Bravo ND was designed by José María Cerezo between 1990 and 1997, taking art deco as his inspiration. This family, with a highly pronounced x-height and remarkably short ascenders and descenders, comprises three series with different weights: regular, condensed and extra condensed. Its modular structure, based on an octagon, lend it a futuristic air. The markedly geometrical character of the typography link it to all things mechanical, technological and digital. Meanwhile its narrowness and the striking height of the lower-case x accentuate its more coquettish side. Bravo ND is a slender typeface that also has connections with fashion – or with modernity – with a taste for decoration and the search for beauty in form, or in the functional.
Diagonal ND was designed by Antoni Morillas in 1970 and takes its name from the famous avenue in Barcelona. It is a unicase sans serif typeface. The alternation of straight and sloping lines provides the alphabet with strong rhythm and its own personality. Owing to this geometrical structure it transmits a futuristic and decorative style, although the underlying shapes of its letters reveal a modernist inspiration. Emerging from this combination and the rationalization of organic shapes is a tone that contains generous measures of pop, naivety and playfulness.
The Fractura ND family was designed by José María Cerezo in 1994. It is an initial encounter with stencil typefaces that includes, in addition to four fonts of different weights, a hollow font. It comprises a pair of fonts (Duo One and Duo Two) for playing around with two colors and also features a “drippy” font. Fractura ND serves for the same range of applications as its non-stencil geometrical sans serif equivalents, with the added capability stemming from its stenciled elements and its strikingly geometrical nature.
Galaxy ND was designed in 1965 by Joan Pedragosa Doménech. It exists only in lower case and in only one weight. It features some eccentric twists such as the surprising juxtaposition of corners and curves in the outlines of its letters. This cheekiness frees the typeface from any refined, sophisticated or elegant connotation. It thus comes across as an approachable and natural typography that is also connected to pop style.
Gaudí ND, designed in 1962, was Ricard Giralt Miracle‘s best known and most widespread typeface. It was also honored with ADI-FAD‘s Delta d’Or award. It combines the constructive spirit of the lapidary Roman with the modern sans serif fonts. The rectangular terminations constitute a recurring rhythm and lend a certain uniformity to this typeface. Emerging from this singular combination is a character that is also futuristic, strongly evocative of a digital context and the inner life of computers.
Between now and September 10 it is possible to purchase this collection in a unique promotion: the entire superpack of the five families and the 23 styles for a spectacular price of just €55.
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