Font of the Week: XXII Geom

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XXII Geom is a geometric sans serif font family created by Lecter Johnson, a German type designer and founder of Doubletwo Studios. The low-contrast typeface was created for maximum readability with balanced geometric features, and was designed to be taller in height so as to maintain a modern feel.

The font family is available in eight weights as well as complementing italic versions. The italics, while slightly more curved than their straight counterparts, maintain line height to match perfectly when used in text. This font’s varying weights make it perfectly suited for print use, with heavier weights lending their legibility to title. The typeface also boasts variable ligatures that allow for unique typographical variations.

The entire font family or single weight can be purchased from myfonts.
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