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Neue Rasant Font

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Neue RasantDesigner: Alexander Roth
Publisher: Neue
Neue Rasant was designed by Alexander Roth and published by Neue. Neue Rasant contains 15 designs and family package choices. The font style is presently # 48 in Hot New Fonts. p >

→ neue Rasant is an analysis of a typeface utilized by the Singapore Land Transit Authority for its directional signage. The typeface style is based on a stiff grid with little to no space for optical settlements or any sort of harmonisation whatsoever. This approach can be seen as epitomic to an engineer's way of developing which provides paradoxically unorthodox solutions in a relatively orthodox system.

→ neue Rasant is a uniwidth design which means that the individual characters are occupying the very same amount of area throughout all weights and styles. By doing this of creating a type household turns out handy if one wishes to avoid unintentional line breaks or space consumption.

→ neue Rasant can be found in 5 weights varying from Thin to Bold. For the Italics the designer has the choice between

a conventional slant to the right or a non-traditional slant to the left. All weights and styles are equipped with arrows matching the specific weight's stroke thickness.

→ For trial and variable typefaces connect to hi@neuefoundry.com


Font Family:
· Neue Rasant Thin
· Neue Rasant Thin Right
· Neue Rasant Thin Left
· Neue Rasant Light
· Neue Rasant Light Right
· Neue Rasant Light Left
· Neue Rasant Regular
· Neue Rasant Regular Right
· Neue Rasant Regular Left
· Neue Rasant Medium
· Neue Rasant Medium Right
· Neue Rasant Medium Left
· Neue Rasant Bold
· Neue Rasant Bold Right
· Neue Rasant Bold Left

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