About this font family
Lexon Gothic is a typical newspaper, dictionary and magazine type face. It is also very suitable for children’s books and posters. The large x-height, condensed shapes and darker colour of the basic design guarantee its legibility already in small sizes and even in morning twilight.
The line is bitten into the surface by the marked "slippers"of the letters. The lower- case letters have flattened upper and lower limbs, just like in letterpress. Their bellies are quite round and their knees are lightened by slight incisions. The type face is rather archaic in expression and its italics are dynamically flamboyant. The “juicy” design of the alphabet is achieved by strengthening the elements of variety, sometimes even in exaggerated form. More…
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