Locomo Font Family - 7 Fonts

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Locomo Font Family - 7 Fonts

Locomo Font Family - 7 Fonts

Locomo is a seven-weight family of constructed sans serif fonts. The sides of each letter in Locomo are flat. Many of the typeface’s characters have rounded tops and bottoms; however, in the case of letters where these are traditionally flat – like in ‘E’, ‘F’, ‘I’, ‘L’, and ‘T’ – Locomo keeps these flat, too. The family’s range of weights begins with Extralight and expands to Black. In all of the fonts, characters are drawn with monolinear strokes. In each of the weights, the fonts’ inter-character spacing is very tight. Locomo is a little wide, especially in the lowercase. The lowercase letters also have a tall x-height. For their design, simple forms have been favored. The ‘a’ and the ‘g’ are both single-storey, for instance. Jean-Baptiste Morizot designed Locomo for display applications; the larger the size, the better. This will give Locomo’s unique design language enough space to make the intended statement.

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