A few days ago, I went to the Round Tower and happened to see an exhibition called Natural State of Mind. The exhibition itself was rather uninspiring, but the font they used for signs and things was highly intriguing and very pleasant to the eye.
I took a couple of pictures of it, hoping to identify it on WhatTheFont or IdentiFont—but no dice. IdentiFont could do no better than a few versions of Akzidenz, and WhatTheFont suggested four different versions of Univers and one of Zurich. Both of those are fairly close, but clearly not right at all.
Does anyone here know what this font is called?
- The 90° angle at the end of the legs of lowercase x and uppercase A and R
- The only subtly rounded corners
- The tapering shape of the spurs on lowercase ɡ, a, b, d, p, q, etc.
- The relatively close gap between the end of the ‘sticking-out curve’ and the ‘body’ of lowercase a and ɡ
- The square shape of the dot over the i and the comma
Lowercase (book [?])
Source : Link , Question Author : Janus Bahs Jacquet , Answer Author : mnxd