Here is another font family with a lot of versatility and possibility. Verlag Font would be a great fit for pairing with a geometric sans serif typeface. It works well in both large sizes and small sizes.
It was designed by Guggenheim Museum. But later in 2006, Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones, the big names in the type design industry, took over the task of creating it.
It has a clean texture and a reasonable height and width. Also, the space between the letters is equal to the standard size. This feature makes it an excellent choice for official documents.
So it includes all the basic features and modern features. Therefore, it has a strong ability to work on every major project.
|Font Name:||Verlag Font Family|
|Style:||Sans Serif, Basic, Typeface|
|Font Designer:||Jonathan Hoefler|
|File Format:||TTF, OTF|
|License:||Free For Personal Use|
|Files:||Verlag (Truetype, Opentype)|
Character Map Image
You can see that all the characters look good in a decent way just to convey the right message to the readers.
With this font texture, you will definitely create book covers, product designs, long text paragraphs, headlines, web content, product packaging, book paragraphs, newspapers, headlines, signage, and so on.
This Font Family has five variants with each style available in regular, condensed, and compressed widths, all with corresponding italic family also.
If you want to download Verlag Font then just click on a single button below. This font is free only for personal use, not for commercial use.
In the addition, if you want more similar sans serif-free fonts then you have to need to take a look below.