The newest typeface of pangram pangram, originally designed by Mat Desjardins and expanded by Caio Kondo from Inari Type, embraces the duality between simplicity and experimentation, offering a visually appealing and intriguing aesthetic, a true pangram pangram font.
Step into a world where design boundaries are pushed, and artistic influences collide. We're excited to unveil our latest typeface creation, Air. Inspired by a captivating fusion of brutalism and minimalism, with a subtle nod to the sleek lines of aerospace design, Air brings a fresh and distinctive touch to the typographic landscape. With Air, we invite you to embrace the unapologetic aesthetics of brutalism, where strong geometric forms and industrial textures intertwine to evoke a sense of raw power and authenticity. Each letter is meticulously crafted to embody the strength and unconventional beauty found in this architectural style. Simultaneously, the essence of minimalism shines through in its clean, geometric forms and stripped-down simplicity. With a deliberate reduction of unnecessary ornamentation, Air achieves a sense of purity and clarity, inviting the viewer to appreciate the purity of each letterform. Delving deeper into Air's inspiration, one can discern the whisper of aerospace influences woven throughout its design. Like the aerodynamic curves of a sleek aircraft, Air's letterforms exhibit a graceful flow and sense of movement. The precision and functionality of aerospace engineering blend seamlessly with brutalist and minimalist aesthetics, resulting in a typeface that is both visually striking and conceptually rich. A mesmerizing typeface that stands at the crossroads of design genres, encapsulating the boldness of brutalism, the simplicity of minimalism, and the allure of aerospace influences. Whether used for editorial layouts, branding projects, or digital interfaces, Air brings a unique voice to your creative endeavors, leaving an indelible impression on any viewer.
Its massive character map includes a variety of alternate characters, allowing for greater customization and creation possibilities. Additionally, abundant ponctuations and a set of arrows are available, adding versatility and functionality to your projects. In addition, Air offers a huge range of weights, 36 in total. From mono style to italic, the typeface even has a variable version that unites these axes in a single file.