Signo is a sans serif font family. This typeface has twelve styles and was published by Rui Abreu.
Signo is a dynamic sans serif with reverse contrast, designed for editorial and branding. Signo is a charismatic typeface for headlines, but its tall x-height and open counters also make it perform well in small sizes, resulting in a versatile typeface across weights. The cursive italics are a good complement to the roman fonts and will add variety and warmth to the page. The Signo family comes in six weights, from Thin to Bold, and includes two weights for text: the Book and the Regular.