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Noa™

by Linotype

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About this font family

The Danish designer Nina Lee Storm designed Noa for use on television and computer screens during the late 1990s. She began her six-member type family with the creation of bitmap fonts, developing their print outlines only secondarily.

Noa’s letters exhibit a tall x-height, coupled with very short ascenders and descenders. Storm is proud to report that her typeface also looks very “Danish.”

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Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Other OpenType Dingbats & Symbols

only available in some of the styles in this family:
Central Europe Baltic Turkish Romanian



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Noa Pro Light

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$65.00

Noa Pro Light Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Pro Regular

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$65.00

Noa Pro Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Pro Bold

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$65.00

Noa Pro Condensed Light

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$65.00

Noa Pro Condensed Light Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Pro Condensed

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$65.00

Noa Pro Condensed Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Pro Condensed Bold

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$65.00

Noa Pro Condensed Bold Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Pro Bold Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Com Light

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$65.00

Noa Com Light Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Com Regular

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$65.00

Noa Com Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Com Bold

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$65.00

Noa Com Bold Oblique

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$65.00

Noa Light

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$54.00

Noa Light Oblique

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$54.00

Noa Oblique

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$54.00

Noa Regular

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$54.00

Noa Bold Oblique

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$54.00

Noa Bold

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$54.00

Available formats

only available in some of the styles:
OpenType TTF   OpenType OTF  


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