Nitti Grotesk 19 styles
Bold Monday
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Rent Single Style €5/month
Complete €56/month Desktop (excl. VAT)
Nitti Grotesk is the proportional companion to Nitti and part of a larger collection of Grotesque-inspired typefaces by Pieter van Rosmalen. The series originates in his sans-serif called Capone, which evolved into the display family Stanley, and a monospaced version that became Nitti, named after Francesco Raffaele Nitto, one of Al Capone’s henchmen. Shortly after Nitti gained worldwide recognition through its prominent use in iA Writer Pro , Information Architects inquired about a proportional version of Nitti. This proved to be trickier than thought. On third attempt, van Rosmalen found the right approach: making the new typeface more grotesque where Nitti deviates from the genre. The quirky and often idiosyncratic shapes of the early English sans-serifs are what lend them the humanity and warmth still appreciated among many graphic designers today. Van Rosmalen incorporated the peculiarities into a versatile, contemporary family of seven text weights plus italics, five display weights and extended Latin character-set.
Foundry Bold Monday
Designers Pieter van Rosmalen
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