Designed by Oliver Jeschke, Shapiro is a display sans and sans serif font family. This typeface has thirty-four styles and was published by OGJ Type Design.
On the basis of the classical form, Shapiro meets all the requirements that are placed on a good font, such as good readability, a sympathetic overall impression, as well as a balanced gray-effect.
Shapiro boasts horizontal and vertical strokes that are nearly identical in width, giving the family a compact, modern look and feel.
This 34-font family sets itself apart from the crowd with:
- A very good, clean and timeless design
- From very slight to very strong
- Carefully spaced and kerned
- Separate cuts for longer passages of text
- Well-designed diacritical marks
- Simple font licensing
The overall impression is so much more than just the sum of individual components.
|Foundry||OGJ Type Design|
|Styles||Display Sans, Sans Serif|