Utile Font Family
The Utile type collection consists of two sets of styles, one for smaller set typography and one intended for display enabling corresponding use for various sizes and applications. The optical scale characteristics differ in a few ways: Utile (Text), featuring a sturdy letter build, is spaced more openly with compensating ink traps, while the contrasted Utile Display is closer spaced with re-proportioned letters, slightly extended ascenders and descenders, and close to non-existing ink traps. Utile’s incised stem modulation, uniquely asymmetrical in its application, attempts to maintain a balancing act between swelled strokes and the absence of such. A family of fourteen styles offers a balanced range for identity-branding, editorial and advertising for print and screen.