25 Beautiful Clean Fonts Perfectly Matching a Minimalist Design
25 Beautiful Clean Fonts Perfectly Matching a Minimalist Design
Typography is more important than most of us think. It is the bond between the message and the way it is delivered, so it is vital to choose a good font in order to create something which really stands up and impress the viewer. Finding the perfect font requires a lot of searching and trials to see which one fits perfectly, so this article gives you 25 beautiful fonts perfectly made for clean and minimalist projects. I hope you like them and let me know what you think.
Based on the classic Sol design by Marty Goldstein and C.B. Smith, published by VGC in 1973, Sol Pro goes above and beyond the call of revival/retooling to include plenty of optical improvements to the original design, more weights, italics, small caps, biform shapes, alternates, and extended language support.
Bayer Modern is based on Bauhaus artist Herbert Bayer’s universal alphabet designed in 1925. In the spirit of reductive minimalism, Bayer held radical opinions about functionality in typography and design. As master of the Bauhaus’ printing and advertising workshop, he insisted that all official materials be printed exclusively in lowercase and in sans-serif.
A minimal rounded typeface inspired by architecture and furniture detail drawings. The idea was to develop a font that would showcase precise radius corners at large formats and would also downsize to produce stylish body text.
his font has been especially designed for Mostardesign Studio by Olivier Gourvat. Created in 2010, this font family has been designed to serve sectors like financial services, modern industries, business and many more activities who needs a modern aspect in their communication. Its square proportions make the design very readable at a wide range of sizes.
Cortex is a custom sans font which is applicable for any type of graphic design—web, print, motion graphics etc and perfect for t-shirts and other items.
Hydrogen is a clean geometric unicase family that expresses the mechanics, expansive technologies and conflicted ethics of the rapidly changing 21st century. By popular demand, it is the round and streamlined counterpart of Oxygen. Coupled with the right measure of Oxygen, Hydrogen becomes water, the ace of elements — rhythmic, dynamic, ever-flowing, and understood by everyone.
Is it possible to find a strong friendly feel in a simple geometric face? Chogolisa is a fine modernist sans suitable for any purpose.
Plan is a corporate typeface made for ‘Plan A Ontwerp’, a graphic design studio based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Based on the rough sketches of the founder of Plan A Ontwerp, Frank Vogt, Characters constructed, mastered and finetuned the complete Plan Family.
geometric typeface that combines elegant curves with precise angles. The contemporary nature of this font will compliment a wide variety of graphic design applications. Details include 3 weights, a full character set, manually edited kerning and Euro symbol.
An elegant typeface with rounded corners influenced by the work of Visual Graphics Corporation.
With the famous and much used Eurostile and Bank Gothic in my mind I wanted to design a mono-line font as simple and legible as possible. A square with rounded corners, i.e., the letter ‘o’ as its basis. From there on back to basics, so straights remained simple straights with 90° endings, whatever the angle. Numbers are monospaced.
A modern sans-serif typeface. Geometric forms taken from early grotesque styles are combined with humanist elements to create a precise and legible typeface. Details include 9 harmonious weights with italics, a complete character set, manually edited kerning and Euro symbol.
A modern geometric typeface influenced by architectural reproduction drawings such as blueprints and dyelines. The concept was to create a font that displays a simple elegance at large scale and would also be able to produce great legibility for body text.
Neubau is a condensed geometric display typeface, designed in 2009. The inspiration for this face came from Joost Schmidt lowercase letters developed during 1925-28 in Bauhaus Dessau. Schmidt was one of the proponents of New Typography – a movement advocating the use of only lowercase letters which were constructed strictly geometrically using only ruler and compass.
Recta was one of Aldo Novarese’s earliest contributions to the massive surge of the European sans serif genre that was booming in the middle of the 20th century. Initially published just one year after Neue Haas Grotesk came out of Switzerland and Univers out of France, and at a time when Akzidenz Grotesk and DIN were riding high in Germany and Gill Sans was making waves in Great Britain, it was intended to compete with all of those foundry faces, and later came to be known as the “Italian Helvetica”. It maintains traditional simplicity as its high point of functionality, while showing minimal infusion of humanistic traits.
Design System is a great type system consisted of 5X7X2=70 font styles from 70s-style simple square sans to the widest style of all time that are best for titles, logo and text. Their simple form does not limit the target of design and can be used for any creative work.
Modulus is a clean, minimal, modern sans typeface. It looks smooth in any layout with its sleek rounded lines, use it for your magazines, brochures and editorial layouts.
A geometric sans-serif typeface. The simple technical appearance has been achieved through careful optical adjustment, resulting in a modern and stylish font with great legibility. Details include 9 weights, a standard character set, manually edited kerning and Euro symbol.
Official is a very clear and legible family of fonts. Its simplicity makes Official an ideal style to use in any project you could imagine.
Breuer Text is a simple geometric sans with relaxed curves and slightly condensed proportions suitable for moderate lengths of body copy. The italics are optically adjusted obliques with a selection of augmented lowercase glyphs for a warmer read.
Sancoale is a new sans serif that is simple and geometric. It is a contemporary design that is distinctive and unique, but not too far outside the box. This makes for a typeface family that is very useful for many applications. The design is simplified without stems or spurs in the default character set.
Semplicita Pro is a new sans serif design that effortlessly straddles the tri-cornered divide between the geometrical, humanist, and gothic sans serifs. We started by reappraising Semplicità, Alessandro Butti’s important 1930 design for Nebiolo.
Variable is a sans-serif monoline typeface family that can be used in a variety of typographic environments. The UltraThin weight is perfect for use at large sizes in magazines or anywhere a hairline effect is needed. The Black weight feels reminiscent of wooden router lettering. Variable is very versatile due to its calming curves and can be used in print or on-screen environments.
Yummo is a geometric and somewhat condensed sans serif type family that can be used in wide range of applications. The minimal glyphs that had been shaped superbly will give modern and contemporary impressions.
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