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Forma Sans Serif Font is a beautiful geometric sans serif typeface with masterclass design and outstanding usability features. Originally released in 1968, Forma was the Italian type foundry Nebiolo’s answer to Helvetica. It was created by a team of eight designers, led by the legendary Aldo Novarese, that Nebiolo assembled to design a more mature and humane neo-grotesque. As a result, Forma’s rationality is tempered by its warmth, and its trademark single-story a sets it apart from the rest.
Issued in metal over a decade after Helvetica and Univers, Forma was relatively late to the neutral sans serif game. It never made the jump to phototypesetting and virtually disappeared after Nebiolo closed its doors in 1978. However, publications designer Roger Black always continued to admire the design, and in 2013 asked me to revive it for his redesign of Hong Kong Tatler magazine.
- Designer: David Jonathan Ross
- License: You can use this font for personal purpose.
You can purchase full version and commercial license here: https://fonts.adobe.com/fonts/forma-djr-text