Compasse™

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What is the Compasse™ font?

Compasse is a semi-condensed sans-serif family designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa and the whole family consists of 12 style: six weights from Thin to ExtraBold and their matching Italics. The range of styles provides flexibility for title, headline and body text. And the large x-heights increases legibility and readability.
The basic skeleton of their letterform was not designed over-modularly but moderately semi-modularly (adjusted by designer’s experience). Therefore the typical artificiality and unnaturalness which come from module-design does not exist in this family. The sophisticated letterform and its universal, neutral, and standard design make it possible to be used across a wide range of applications in all medias, all purposes.
Compasse supports almost all european languages: Western, Central, South Eastern Europeans and afrikaans. And superior figures, inferior figures, denominators, numerators and fraction can be accessed by using OpenType features.

Compasse™ Font families

The Compasse™ includes the following font families:

  • Compasse Thin
  • Compasse Thin Italic
  • Compasse Extra Light
  • Compasse Extra Light Italic
  • Compasse Light
  • Compasse Light Italic
  • Compasse Regular
  • Compasse Italic
  • Compasse Bold
  • Compasse Bold Italic
  • Compasse Extra Bold
  • Compasse Extra Bold Italic

Compasse™ Preview

Here is a preview of how Compasse™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.


Is Compasse™ Free to Download?

No, every font we feature is a premium, paid-for font. Please don't waste your time looking for a free download of Compasse™.

It is very unlikely you'll be able to find it for free, you risk getting viruses on your computer, and even if you do find it please remember that it's illegal to use it if you didn't pay for it!

If you really want Compasse™ then click here to visit the download and purchase page on MyFonts to get it with the proper license. The designer and publisher deserves to be paid for their work. :)