Radona is a blast from the 80’s that’s rader than rad. Radona is the typeface version of Synthwave, an electronic music subgenre that takes influence from the 1980s but builds on it, resulting in a construct that lives in the minds of both those who have experienced it and those who haven’t. Radona expresses a nostalgia for 1980s culture, attempting to replicate and appreciate the era’s vibe, but extends it further with something new. This sans family has plenty of 80’s flavor, but with some fresh twists to push it to the limit.
Radona is a geometric sans-serif typeface. Radona has a few quirky characteristics, but it has a generally neutral tone and structure that makes it ideal for usage in print, especially when a contemporary look is desired. It looks amazing in both body text and headlines.
The geometric grotesques that were popular in the 1980s served as inspiration. It’s a typeface that’s been crafted for usage in a range of design fields, from branding to packaging, and it can be used in anything from interfaces to apps. Radona is an excellent typeface for use on websites and other digital applications.
Radona comes with a wide variety of styles and a large selection of stylistic alternatives, ligatures, small caps and other special features.
Along with parachute pants, synthesized guitar riffs, and VHS scanlines, Radona brings back the 1980’s.