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May 8, 2013

3:32 PM

Mike Spear
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All Round Gothic

All Round Gothic

  • Originally designed in 2012 by Ryoichi Tsunekawa, All Round Gothic is a font family inspired by classic sans serif fonts such like Avant Garde Gothic and Futura. All Round Gothic is a structured geometric sans, but also they make sweet and cute atmosphere by removing their unnecessary stems. And also they make an organic impression in some degree by their bowls shaped by not-perfectly-geometric circles. As a result, All Round Gothic became a new font family that covers between 1920s Bauhaus and contemporary design trend comprehensively and one of the most suitable family for any purpose such like text, headline, logo, poster, and animations by their clean and legible but soft and friendly letterforms. All Round Gothic includes 5weights and obliques corresponding to each weight. Why don't you try this family if you got a little bored with classic sans serifs.


    About the designer:

    Ryoichi Tsunekawa was born in 1978 in Nagoya, Japan. Since his childhood, he has always had an interest in paintings, art and design, especially abstract forms such as geometric repeating patterns. At university, he majored in Architecture. After graduating with an MA, he worked in Tokyo as an architect and engineer. When doing presentations on architectural designs, He always used to worry about what font to use in order to make the presentation more appealing. he remember every day he used to stare at catalogues from foundries all over the world. Sometimes he would design his own fonts in the end. In 2005 he found his own foundry to provide more attractive and eye-catching fonts to desingers in the world.



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