About Heimat Mono Font Family
Heimat Mono is the monospaced typeface family within the Heimat Collection, also containing Heimat Didone, Heimat Display, Heimat Sans and Heimat Stencil.
Heimat Mono is a legible typeface family designed for contemporary typography, especially for use in headlines and on posters, but also for reading purposes. It combines an idiosyncratic appearance with the feeling of a grid-based letter construction of the late 20s.
Since the design might be too extreme for some applications, Heimat Mono’s character set provides two alphabets, the regular one plus an alternate design that comes across as less suspenseful.
Heimat Mono [684 glyphs] comes in six weights and contains an extra set of alternate glyphs, many ligatures, lining [proportionally spaced and monospaced], hanging [proportionally spaced and monospaced], positive and negative circled for upper and lower case, superior and inferior, fractions, extensive language support and many more OpenType features.
is a trademark of Atlas Font Foundry.
About Atlas Font Foundry
The Atlas Font Foundry publishes new original typefaces for professional use such as editorial and corporate typography. The growing collection of high quality font families is finely crafted and provides many features for fine typography and innovative design solutions. Established in 2012 by Christoph Dunst, the foundry is based in Berlin, Germany. Our aim is to provide solutions for complex problems that come with the implementation of multi platform typography. We therefore make sure to offer not only typeface families, but typographic systems that cover the use on all possible platforms. Christoph Dunst studied at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, The Netherlands, where he graduated with a diploma in graphic and typographic design and a masters in type design (Type & Media). Before founding Atlas Font Foundry he has been working for leading agencies and brand consultancies including Landor Associates, Lava, Total Identity, Studio Dumbar. Since 2011 he regularly gives lectures and teaches brand design, brand communications, editorial design, typeface design and storytelling at universities and art academies, nationally and internationally.