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FF Nuvo Mono Family

During a stay in Paris, French magazines with their elegant, extravagant appearance inspired Siegfried Rückel for this typeface. He wanted to design a kind of rounded typeface without using the common methods. So, he took advantage from the visual limitations of our eyes: the stroke endings appear soft when seen from a distance or in small point sizes but reveal their peculiar forms at a closer look. It’s a contemporary type design with vertical contrast, and especially the characters a, g and y show the calligraphic touch. Alternate characters, for example a, g, k, s, y, add typographic versatility. Siegfried is sure that it’s a very suitable typeface for magazine design from headlines to longer texts as well as for advertising, packaging, corporate design,…. Since 2011, a monospaced variant for all weights, including Small Caps and Italics offers new options for traditional and unusual designs. The slightly lower x-height in comparison to FF Nuvo emphasizes FF Nuvo Mono’s typewriter character.

During a stay in Paris, French magazines with their elegant, extravagant appearance inspired Siegfried Rückel for this typeface. He wanted to design a kind of rounded typeface without using the common methods. So, he took advantage from the visual limitations of our eyes: the stroke endings appear soft when seen from a distance or in small point sizes but reveal their peculiar forms at a closer look. It’s a contemporary type design with vertical contrast, and especially the characters a, g and y show the calligraphic touch. Alternate characters, for example a, g, k, s, y, add typographic versatility. Siegfried is sure that it’s a very suitable typeface for magazine design from headlines to longer texts as well as for advertising, packaging, corporate design,…. Since 2011, a monospaced variant for all weights, including Small Caps and Italics offers new options for traditional and unusual designs. The slightly lower x-height in comparison to FF Nuvo emphasizes FF Nuvo Mono’s typewriter character.

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OpenType:
Best for desktop publishing and is the most full-featured font format (although OT-savvy apps such as InDesign are required to access advanced typographic control).

Office:
Created for use with Microsoft Office.

Web:
Optimized for use exclusively on web pages. Self-hosted or hosted through Typekit, these fonts are perpetually licensed based on the number of pageviews per month for all sites in an organization using the font.

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For embedding into mobile apps, eBooks, games, editable PDFs, embedded applications, and more. Unlimited usage for the duration of the licensing term.
 
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