About this font family
LIETZ Lindham is based on letters taken from an old type specimen folder from 1936 featuring handdrawn sans-serif ABC’s. It’s kinda bauhausy and straight but also shows the wonderful lively unevenness of hand-drawn letters.
Being made for the use in large-scale advertisements and posters, LIETZ Lindham fits perfectly for pro-communist propaganda posters, but also features legibility in smaller sizes, so you can use it for your Neue Typographie manifesto too, Jan.
Go grotesk! Go bold! Go neu!