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FieldworkDesigners: Vicente Lamónaca, Fernando Díaz, Martin Sommaruga
Publisher: TipoType
Created by Vicente Lamónaca, Fernando Díaz and Martin Sommaruga, Fieldwork is a sans serif font household. This typeface has twenty-four designs and was published by TipoType.

Fieldwork restores the manual custom of typography production, diverting away from laboratory interpolations. Each of its 24 variants was drawn based on the optical evaluation; much of its curves and information were specifically changed for each weight, reformulating them to better match the requirements of the unique stroke weighs.

It is the product of a collaborative effort by the TipoType team, combining their individual strengths and "most importantly" their enriching individual outlooks to accomplish a more flexible and fresh result. Its shapes successfully integrate geometric strokes (in the Geo variations) with the humanistic heat of the double-story glyphs (like a and g in the Hum version) in a system that grows with alternates, swashes and the corresponding italics for every single weight.

It consists of an extremely thorough coverage for a wide variety of Latin alphabet-based language families.

Special thanks to:


- José "Pollo" Perdomo: Font style production assistant.


- Rasmus Jappe Kristiansen: Detroit City project


Download Fieldwork's PDF Type Specimen

.Font Family:
· Fieldwork Geo Hair
· Fieldwork Hum Hair
· Fieldwork Italic Hair
· Fieldwork Geo Thin
· Fieldwork Hum Thin
· Fieldwork Italic Thin
· Fieldwork Geo Light
· Fieldwork Hum Light
· Fieldwork Italic Light
· Fieldwork Geo Regular
· Fieldwork Hum Regular
· Fieldwork Italic Regular
· Fieldwork Geo Demi Bold
· Fieldwork Hum Demi Bold
· Fieldwork Italic Demi Bold
· Fieldwork Geo Bold
· Fieldwork Hum Bold
· Fieldwork Italic Bold
· Fieldwork Geo Black
· Fieldwork Hum Black
· Fieldwork Italic Black
· Fieldwork Geo Fat
· Fieldwork Hum Fat
· Fieldwork Italic Fat

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