Novecento is an uppercase-only font family inspired on european typographic tendencies of the first half of 20th century.
Its name means nine hundred in Italian, but also twentieth century.
It looks rational, geometric and blocky. However, it is based on optical — not geometrical — proportions.
This font face is designed to be used for headlines, visual identities or short sentences. Lighter faces provide a more contemporary look&feel, while the bolder ones look definitely retro.
A contemporary sans serif typeface. The evolution of the design is in response to feedback gathered from various professional bodies in the typographic industry. From the information collated a simple brief was developed to answer the following key points of constructive criticism.
Berfa is an ultra-black display sans with a grounded temperament and a warm heart. Stern but fair, she’s remarkably agile for her size, ideal for any occasion calling for weighty headlines and a strong character. Berfa also has a quirkier side, sometimes swapping her conventional forms for eccentric alternatives, upon polite request of course. Berfa comes in OpenType (.otf) format for Mac and Windows.