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Design Trend: The Bauhaus Design Movement

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  1. HAUS Sans Light

    HAUS Sans Light

    HAUS Sans is my first sans-serif experiment, inspired by Bauhaus and historical grotesk typefaces of the 1930s. Available in 6 weights, from "Ultra Light" to "Extra Bold" regular and italic versions. The font includes 389 glyphs, with subscripts, superscripts, ligatures and support almost all latin alphabets: ISO-8859-1 - Latin 1 Western Europe and Americas: Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. ISO-8859-2 Latin 2 Latin-written Slavic and Central European languages: Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Croatian, Slovak, Slovene. ISO-8859-3 - Latin 3 Esperanto, Galician, Maltese, and Turkish. ISO-8859-4 - Latin 4 Scandinavia/Baltic (mostly covered by 8859-1 also): Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian. It is an incomplete predecessor of Latin 6. ISO-8859-9 - Latin 5 Same as 8859-1 except for Turkish instead of Icelandic. ISO-8859-10 - Latin 6 Lappish/Nordic/Eskimo languages: adds the last Inuit (Greenlandic) and Sami (Lappish) letters that were missing in Latin 4 to cover the entire Nordic area. *** Buy the FAMILY version - http://crtv.mk/hUGY?u=brigat *** And save 20 $ !!! HAUS UltraLight - http://crtv.mk/gU0T?u=brigat HAUS Light - http://crtv.mk/bT32?u=brigat HAUS Regular - http://crtv.mk/gU0U?u=brigat HAUS Medium - http://crtv.mk/bT33?u=brigat HAUS Bold - http://crtv.mk/fU5r?u=brigat HAUS ExtraBold - http://crtv.mk/tSe0?u=brigat Visit my web site for new incoming projects. Thank you. Pier Francesco Martini www.pfmartini.com

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  2. HAUS Sans Family

    HAUS Sans Family

    HAUS Sans is my first sans-serif experiment, inspired by Bauhaus and historical grotesk typefaces of the 1930s. Available in 6 weights, from "Ultra Light" to "Extra Bold" regular and italic versions. The font includes 389 glyphs, with subscripts, superscripts, ligatures and support almost all latin alphabets: ISO-8859-1 - Latin 1 Western Europe and Americas: Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. ISO-8859-2 Latin 2 Latin-written Slavic and Central European languages: Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Croatian, Slovak, Slovene. ISO-8859-3 - Latin 3 Esperanto, Galician, Maltese, and Turkish. ISO-8859-4 - Latin 4 Scandinavia/Baltic (mostly covered by 8859-1 also): Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian. It is an incomplete predecessor of Latin 6. ISO-8859-9 - Latin 5 Same as 8859-1 except for Turkish instead of Icelandic. ISO-8859-10 - Latin 6 Lappish/Nordic/Eskimo languages: adds the last Inuit (Greenlandic) and Sami (Lappish) letters that were missing in Latin 4 to cover the entire Nordic area. *** Buy the FAMILY version - http://crtv.mk/hUGY?u=brigat *** And save 20 $ !!! HAUS UltraLight - http://crtv.mk/gU0T?u=brigat HAUS Light - http://crtv.mk/bT32?u=brigat HAUS Regular - http://crtv.mk/gU0U?u=brigat HAUS Medium - http://crtv.mk/bT33?u=brigat HAUS Bold - http://crtv.mk/fU5r?u=brigat HAUS ExtraBold - http://crtv.mk/tSe0?u=brigat Visit my web site for new incoming projects. Thank you. Pier Francesco Martini www.pfmartini.com

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  3. HAUS Sans Regular

    HAUS Sans Regular

    HAUS Sans is my first sans-serif experiment, inspired by Bauhaus and historical grotesk typefaces of the 1930s. Available in 6 weights, from "Ultra Light" to "Extra Bold" regular and italic versions. The font includes 389 glyphs, with subscripts, superscripts, ligatures and support almost all latin alphabets: ISO-8859-1 - Latin 1 Western Europe and Americas: Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. ISO-8859-2 Latin 2 Latin-written Slavic and Central European languages: Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Croatian, Slovak, Slovene. ISO-8859-3 - Latin 3 Esperanto, Galician, Maltese, and Turkish. ISO-8859-4 - Latin 4 Scandinavia/Baltic (mostly covered by 8859-1 also): Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian. It is an incomplete predecessor of Latin 6. ISO-8859-9 - Latin 5 Same as 8859-1 except for Turkish instead of Icelandic. ISO-8859-10 - Latin 6 Lappish/Nordic/Eskimo languages: adds the last Inuit (Greenlandic) and Sami (Lappish) letters that were missing in Latin 4 to cover the entire Nordic area. *** Buy the FAMILY version - http://crtv.mk/hUGY?u=brigat *** And save 20 $ !!! HAUS UltraLight - http://crtv.mk/gU0T?u=brigat HAUS Light - http://crtv.mk/bT32?u=brigat HAUS Regular - http://crtv.mk/gU0U?u=brigat HAUS Medium - http://crtv.mk/bT33?u=brigat HAUS Bold - http://crtv.mk/fU5r?u=brigat HAUS ExtraBold - http://crtv.mk/tSe0?u=brigat Visit my web site for new incoming projects. Thank you. Pier Francesco Martini www.pfmartini.com

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  4. HAUS Sans Extra Bold

    HAUS Sans Extra Bold

    HAUS Sans is my first sans-serif experiment, inspired by Bauhaus and historical grotesk typefaces of the 1930s. Available in 6 weights, from "Ultra Light" to "Extra Bold" regular and italic versions. The font includes 389 glyphs, with subscripts, superscripts, ligatures and support almost all latin alphabets: ISO-8859-1 - Latin 1 Western Europe and Americas: Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. ISO-8859-2 Latin 2 Latin-written Slavic and Central European languages: Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Croatian, Slovak, Slovene. ISO-8859-3 - Latin 3 Esperanto, Galician, Maltese, and Turkish. ISO-8859-4 - Latin 4 Scandinavia/Baltic (mostly covered by 8859-1 also): Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian. It is an incomplete predecessor of Latin 6. ISO-8859-9 - Latin 5 Same as 8859-1 except for Turkish instead of Icelandic. ISO-8859-10 - Latin 6 Lappish/Nordic/Eskimo languages: adds the last Inuit (Greenlandic) and Sami (Lappish) letters that were missing in Latin 4 to cover the entire Nordic area. *** Buy the FAMILY version - http://crtv.mk/hUGY?u=brigat *** And save 20 $ !!! HAUS UltraLight - http://crtv.mk/gU0T?u=brigat HAUS Light - http://crtv.mk/bT32?u=brigat HAUS Regular - http://crtv.mk/gU0U?u=brigat HAUS Medium - http://crtv.mk/bT33?u=brigat HAUS Bold - http://crtv.mk/fU5r?u=brigat HAUS ExtraBold - http://crtv.mk/tSe0?u=brigat Visit my web site for new incoming projects. Thank you. Pier Francesco Martini www.pfmartini.com

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  5. HAUS Sans Medium

    HAUS Sans Medium

    HAUS Sans is my first sans-serif experiment, inspired by Bauhaus and historical grotesk typefaces of the 1930s. Available in 6 weights, from "Ultra Light" to "Extra Bold" regular and italic versions. The font includes 389 glyphs, with subscripts, superscripts, ligatures and support almost all latin alphabets: ISO-8859-1 - Latin 1 Western Europe and Americas: Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. ISO-8859-2 Latin 2 Latin-written Slavic and Central European languages: Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Croatian, Slovak, Slovene. ISO-8859-3 - Latin 3 Esperanto, Galician, Maltese, and Turkish. ISO-8859-4 - Latin 4 Scandinavia/Baltic (mostly covered by 8859-1 also): Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian. It is an incomplete predecessor of Latin 6. ISO-8859-9 - Latin 5 Same as 8859-1 except for Turkish instead of Icelandic. ISO-8859-10 - Latin 6 Lappish/Nordic/Eskimo languages: adds the last Inuit (Greenlandic) and Sami (Lappish) letters that were missing in Latin 4 to cover the entire Nordic area. *** Buy the FAMILY version - http://crtv.mk/hUGY?u=brigat *** And save 20 $ !!! HAUS UltraLight - http://crtv.mk/gU0T?u=brigat HAUS Light - http://crtv.mk/bT32?u=brigat HAUS Regular - http://crtv.mk/gU0U?u=brigat HAUS Medium - http://crtv.mk/bT33?u=brigat HAUS Bold - http://crtv.mk/fU5r?u=brigat HAUS ExtraBold - http://crtv.mk/tSe0?u=brigat Visit my web site for new incoming projects. Thank you. Pier Francesco Martini www.pfmartini.com

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  6. Futura Bold

    Futura Bold

    Futura is THE prototype of a geometric or constructed linear sans serif and the font most commonly font of its kind used to date. Futura, very much influenced by the Bauhaus movement in Germany, was designed in 1927 by Paul Renner. Although being around for almost 90 years, Futura seems eternally young and fresh which also explains its continuous popularity with designers and typographers. Futura simply means efficiency and functionality documented by both its many usages as corporate type (e.g. Volkswagen, formerly IKEA, Vuitton, Shell, formerly HP, SMA and many more) as well as in various famous film projects (e.g. Kubrick, Anderson etc.). Futura’s iconic status was probably established when it walked on the moon with the Apollo 11 crew in 1969. It was used for the lettering of the plaque that was left up there. Futura® is a registered Trademark by Bauer Types SA

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  7. Futura Round Light

    Futura Round Light

    Futura is THE prototype of a geometric or constructed linear sans serif and the font most commonly font of its kind used to date. Futura, very much influenced by the Bauhaus movement in Germany, was designed in 1927 by Paul Renner. Although being around for almost 90 years, Futura seems eternally young and fresh which also explains its continuous popularity with designers and typographers. Futura simply means efficiency and functionality documented by both its many usages as corporate type (e.g. Volkswagen, formerly IKEA, Vuitton, Shell, formerly HP, SMA and many more) as well as in various famous film projects (e.g. Kubrick, Anderson etc.). Futura’s iconic status was probably established when it walked on the moon with the Apollo 11 crew in 1969. It was used for the lettering of the plaque that was left up there.

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  8. Futura Round Light Condensed

    Futura Round Light Condensed

    Futura is THE prototype of a geometric or constructed linear sans serif and the font most commonly font of its kind used to date. Futura, very much influenced by the Bauhaus movement in Germany, was designed in 1927 by Paul Renner. Although being around for almost 90 years, Futura seems eternally young and fresh which also explains its continuous popularity with designers and typographers. Futura simply means efficiency and functionality documented by both its many usages as corporate type (e.g. Volkswagen, formerly IKEA, Vuitton, Shell, formerly HP, SMA and many more) as well as in various famous film projects (e.g. Kubrick, Anderson etc.). Futura’s iconic status was probably established when it walked on the moon with the Apollo 11 crew in 1969. It was used for the lettering of the plaque that was left up there.

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  9. Pantra Type Family

    Pantra Type Family

    Pantra is a minimal and clear geometric sans. Influences range from Futura to Akzidenz Grotesk. Pantra is clear, approachable, and effective in both headings and paragraphs and comes in 4 weights: light, regular, medium and bold. The download package contains a .OTF file for Pantra Light, Regular, Medium and Bold. --- To learn more about each font included in this family, explore these individual font products: - Pantra Light — http://crtv.mk/h0c0b - Pantra Light — http://crtv.mk/w4LI - Pantra Medium — http://crtv.mk/a0RMe - Pantra Bold — http://crtv.mk/b0RRq

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  10. Futura Bold Condensed Oblique

    Futura Bold Condensed Oblique

    Futura is THE prototype of a geometric or constructed linear sans serif and the font most commonly font of its kind used to date. Futura, very much influenced by the Bauhaus movement in Germany, was designed in 1927 by Paul Renner. Although being around for almost 90 years, Futura seems eternally young and fresh which also explains its continuous popularity with designers and typographers. Futura simply means efficiency and functionality documented by both its many usages as corporate type (e.g. Volkswagen, formerly IKEA, Vuitton, Shell, formerly HP, SMA and many more) as well as in various famous film projects (e.g. Kubrick, Anderson etc.). Futura’s iconic status was probably established when it walked on the moon with the Apollo 11 crew in 1969. It was used for the lettering of the plaque that was left up there. Futura® is a registered Trademark by Bauer Types SA

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