About this font family
We count three inspirations for the László font family. The upper case was inspired by Yomar Augusto’s amazing font Unity, used on last year’s German World Cup Team jerseys; the lower case from a few letters a poster for a Bauhaus show. The name László is an homage to László Moholy-Nagy, peerless Bauhaus designer and teacher. The László type family is stripped down to the typographic core, lean, clean and definitely machined, at home in either a formal or casual setting, i.e. you can take László anywhere.
Inspired by watching the World Cup and the German Team’s jerseys. More…
Very clean, simple, Bauhaus-style design, European and highly legible.
Usage recommendations Automobile ads, anywhere a European feel is desired.