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Neue Frutiger World downloadDesigner: Akira Kobayashi,
Publisher: Monotype
Neue Frutiger World is designed for global use with an impressive range of 10 weights, from Ultra Light to Extra Black, with matching italics. It embodies the same warmth and clarity as Adrian Frutiger's original design, but allows brands to maintain their visual identity, and communicate with a consistent tone of voice, regardless of the language. Neue Frutiger World supports more than 150 languages and scripts including Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Georgian, Armenian, Hebrew, Arabic, Thai and Vietnamese.

"Before Neue Frutiger World it was not an easy task for western brands to find families in Arabic, Hebrew, Thai and Vietnamese which match with their Latin," says Monotype type director Akira Kobayashi, who led the Neue Frutiger World project. "They may find a type with closer expression, but there was no guarantee if the bold version in the non-Latin family matches the bold in their Latin. Neue Frutiger World offers a better solution." In addition to Neue Frutiger World's linguistic versatility, it works hard across environments – suited to branding and corporate identity, advertising, signage, wayfinding, print, and digital environments.

The Neue Frutiger World fonts can be paired with Monotype's CJK fonts: M XiangHe Hei (Chinese), Tazugane Gothic (Japanese) and Seol Sans (Korean). These were all designed to address brands' needs to expand into Asian cultures and solve for global typographic challenges.


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