Friday, March 22

A Curated Gallery of Beautiful Fonts for Creative Designers

35,941 Premium Fonts

«Back ·

Tracking: { 'Country Code': 'US', 'Language Code': 'EN-US', 'Email Hash': 'unknown', 'Vendor User Id': 'unknown', 'Vendor Id': 'unknown', 'Customer Type': '', 'Offer Code FONT Download

tracking: {
            'Country Code': 'US',
            'Language Code': 'EN-US',
            'Email Hash': 'unknown',
            'Vendor User Id': 'unknown',
            'Vendor Id': 'unknown',
            'Customer Type': '',
            'Offer Code font preview Previous: tracking: {
            'Country Code': 'US',
            'Language Code': 'EN-US',
            'Email Hash': 'unknown',
            'Vendor User Id': 'unknown',
            'Vendor Id': 'unknown',
            'Customer Type': '',
            'Offer Code Font Next: tracking: {
            'Country Code': 'US',
            'Language Code': 'EN-US',
            'Email Hash': 'unknown',
            'Vendor User Id': 'unknown',
            'Vendor Id': 'unknown',
            'Customer Type': '',
            'Offer Code Font
tracking: {
            'Country Code': 'US',
            'Language Code': 'EN-US',
            'Email Hash': 'unknown',
            'Vendor User Id': 'unknown',
            'Vendor Id': 'unknown',
            'Customer Type': '',
            'Offer Code downloadDesigner: Marta Sánchez Marco
Publisher: Type-Ø-Tones
Radar is a revival of the sans serif typeface "Grotesca Radio", from the Spanish foundry Richard Gans, which existed from 1888 to 1975. His authorship is attributed to the German type designer and master punchcutter Carl Winkow. Although the new version of this font has always tried to keep accurate similarities with the original typeface, Radar is not intended as a strict revival, but as a contemporary interpretation. In this new version the user can find some alternate characters that give the typeface a more art-déco or neutral flair.


1920s geometric german headline news sans serif
Back to the top