TheSans is a modern classic. A favourite for corporate design, editorial design and new media, it comes in an astounding range of widths and weights, including a large set of hairline fonts.
TheSansMono is the monospaced version of TheSans. Specifically designed to typeset computer code, it is also a spirited display typeface. It comes in three widths.
TheSans Arabic is the arabic speaking version of TheSans. It is available in 8 weights from UltraLight to Black and uses a wide spectrum of clever OpenType funtionality.
TheMix is a popular family for corporate design, editorial design and advertising. It comes in three widths and sixteen weights, including a generous range of hairline fonts.
TheMixMono is the monospaced version of TheMix. Use it to give computer code a personal touch, or as a display typeface with a unique character. TheMix Mono comes in three widths.
TheMix Arabic is the arabic speaking version of TheMix. It is available in 8 weights from UltraLight to Black and uses a wide spectrum of clever OpenType funtionality.
TheSerif is a slab serif family compatible to TheSans and TheMix. Available in eight weights, it a powerful typeface for headlines and logos and a sturdy secondary face for editorial projects.
TheAntiqua is a series of text faces compatible with TheSans, TheMix and TheSerif. TheAntiquaB is a versatile family for complex typographic projects. QuaText was specially designed for newspapers.
Corpid is a versatile system for corporate identity projects. Available in three widths, it pairs high legibility with neutrality. Corpid Office was expertly hinted for optimum screen performance.
Taz was designed as a space-saving headline family for newspapers. Available in fifteen widths, from various hairlines to UltraBlack, it is great for magazine design, branding and advertising.
Spiegel was designed as a headline typeface for the magazine of the same name. It is an American Gothic with Dutch-style stroke characteristics. Available in two widths.
Sun was designed as a high-tech corporate typeface with a friendly face. Its seven weights and two widths make it a versatile family for display and well as body text.
Floris is an ongoing project. Designed as a custom typeface for a prestigious French daily, it is being continuously developed as a display and text family, tailored to precise specifications.
Nebulae was derived from TheSans; its letterforms have dissolved into clouds of bubbles. The four versions can be layered in order to obtain a denser, multi-coloured texture.
JesusLovesYouAll offers a destructive revision of TheSans’ smooth proportions. The letter shapes have been distorted by thorns, drops or random damage.
Punten is a display typeface that was hand-drawn directly on the screen. In the Extremo and Rondom varieties, the serifs become conspicuous, spiky protrusions.