Systopie is inspired by stories where fears about dehumanized futures are shown.
Mayonez is a typeface with rational structure and axis but softened with rounded contours and cupped serifs, getting as result a balance between seriousness and friendliness. The shapes have a soft appearance but without lacking definition.
This script font is inspired by the flexible nib to create a concatenation of refinement with character mixing the contrasted strokes with pronounced but rounded angles. This angles along with the inktraps give the font a better performance when printing. Texts will have a very even rhythm due to its consistency on the stroke’s angle and spacing.
Tecna is a modern sans typeface with straight cuts, rounded angles and curved thinnings at the endings that make the letter shapes fresher. The rounded characters are squarish giving to the layout a very structural appearance. Its wide proportions give big impact to the texts. It has a tall x-height that enhances its legibility in smaller sizes. Its character set has coverage for Western and Central European languages.
Neuron Angled is based in the idea of Neuron, the original font designed in 2012 by Corradine Fonts' team, keeping from its predecessor the proportions and slight narrowness. In this version the rounded edges are replaced by sharp contours and flat endings.
A broader typographic system is proposed in Neuron Angled to obtain a versatile and modern typeface without missing its original distinctive style.
The neutral aspect of the family allows its application in a wide range of projects specially in those related with branding, signage and editorial design.
The Neuron Angled family consists of four styles with eight weights each one, for a total of thirty two fonts. The different fonts of the family are not just complementary to each other, but can be used to complement the original version of Neuron.
Its wide character map provides coverage for Western European, Eastern European and Cyrillic scripts.