What is the Dignus font?
Dignus was inspired in two clever and famous typefaces: Bank Gothic and Microgramma.
Bank Gothic designed by Morris Fuller Benton for ATF in 1930.
Microgramma typeface designed by Alessandro Butti and Aldo Novarese for Nebiolo in 1952. More…
Those typefaces were based on a stable rectangular shape with rounded corners, denoting the constructivist heritage and technological spirit of ’50. We’d intended to review that typographic scenery with our contemporary point of view, aiming to obtain the formal synthesis of the signs and increase its legibility.
Dignus fonts support Central, Eastern and Western European languages. Each font comes with full OpenType features like: standard and discretional ligatures, swashes, stylistic alternates, old style numerals, Tabular figures, numerators, denominators, scientific superior – inferiors, Case sensitive forms and vectors.
The Dignus fonts include 7 weights, from Thin to ExtraBlack. The family is completed with condensed and expanded version all with their corresponding italics.
Dignus Font families
The Dignus includes the following font families:
- Dignus Thin
- Dignus Thin Italic
- Dignus Light
- Dignus Light Italic
- Dignus Italic
- Dignus Bold
- Dignus Bold Italic
- Dignus ExtraBold
- Dignus ExtraBold Italic
- Dignus Black
- Dignus Black Italic
- Dignus ExtraBlack
- Dignus ExtraBlack Italic
- Dignus Condensed Thin
- Dignus Condensed Thin Italic
- Dignus Expanded ExtraBlack
- Dignus Expanded ExtraBlack Italic
Here is a preview of how Dignus will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.