Designed by Daniel Hernández, Magazine Grotesque is a sans serif font family. This typeface has eight styles and was published by Latinotype.
Magazine Grotesque is a sans-serif font specially designed for headlines and titles. Its unique features make it different from the traditional Grotesk typefaces. For example, outstroke extending beyond body in ‘a’ and ‘e’ letters or closed aperture in ‘c’, creating an unusual rhythm. Magazine Grotesque is the perfect choice for logos, titles, headlines and short blocks of text. As you would expect from Latinotype, this face comes with a standard set of 487 characters that support over 200 Latin-based languages.