About this font family
Paneuropa Nova is a geometric, clean and versatile font family inspired by Paneuropa - a very popular XX-century typeface, made by Idzikowski foundry in Poland, 1931. Paneuropa was a remake of Paul Renner’s famous Futura - it was a bit narrower, with different proportions and letter endings. Paneuropa had completely different number and punctuation shapes.
The new version - Paneuropa Nova is completely redrawn, with perfected letter forms, proportions and spacing, additional symbols, weights and italics. More…
Paneuropa Nova’s broad variety of weights makes it suitable for headlines of all sizes, as well as for long and short paragraphs of text. It is excellent for on-screen use, for web applications, user interfaces, as well as for all kind of print purposes, like branding, packaging and editorial design.
Paneuropa Nova consists of 22 fonts - 11 weights and their corresponding italics. It has extended support for latin languages, as well as broad number of OpenType features, such as case sensitive forms, lining, oldstyle and tabular figures, fractions, superscript and subscript, ordinals, currencies and symbols.