Stadt Typeface

Stadt seamlessly combines typographic aesthetics from the 1950's with a contemporary twist. This workhorse is meant to be set tightly, but looks equally smart with some extra space as well.

Stadt seamlessly combines typographic aesthetics from the 1950's with a contemporary twist. This workhorse is meant to be set tightly, but looks equally smart with some extra space as well. We loaded Stadt with alternate characters and ligatures along with wide language support.
Every glyph is immaculately drawn, spaced and kerned. With a full house of over 400 painstakingly crafted characters, Stadt brought me back to my early days of font-making. When I had an idea, I'd run with it, burning through the work within a week or two. Stadt came to me at time during which a project was put on hold. For a week straight, I concentrated on creating the bones of this typeface from morning to night. A month later, it is now available for you to use.

All proceeds from this font will go directly back into developing a new fleet of typefaces that I'll be selling independently -- something I haven't done for quite awhile and look forward to tackling. I thank you for your continued support of my work.
 
If you'd like to test run Stadt or have it for your own collection, you can grab it here.
 
Enjoy!
Notes:
Special thanks to Corey Holms for the Typography Festival image, Neil Summerour for sharing his knowledge, and Stefan Kjartansson for the nudge.

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