Designed by Paulo Goode, Technica is a sans serif font family. This typeface has eighteen styles and was published by Paulo Goode.
Do you remember a typeface called Meccanica? I didn’t think so. Well, it was pretty unique – too unique for most people’s tastes it seems. Anyway, this is Technica, Meccanica’s more conservative little brother. Essentially, this typeface is a geometric sans that retains the structure of Meccanica, but tones down most of the hexagonal elements. The chamfered terminals are retained, but sharpened, and a more technical approach is instilled with each glyph being fine-tuned for optimal performance and aesthetics. The result is a refined sans serif that has enough personality to differentiate itself from the myriad of others available – undoubtedly, Technica will deliver a distinctive tone to your own typographic designs.
Please take a look at Modica – a cleaner interpretation of Technica.
- 9 weights in Roman and Italic
- Western European character set (Adobe Latin 1)
- 250+ glyphs per font.