What is the 35-FTR font?
35-FTR was custom drawn specifically for the book Analogue Photography which required the timeless elegance of Futura and the compact utilitarian typesetting of Helvetica. It combines the best of both with the foundation of a geometric sans but the proportions and rhythm of the Swiss classic.
The result is a versatile font that bridges the gap between information design and high-end sophistication. 35-FTR can effortlessly traverse the spectrum of friendly and approachable to aspirational exclusivity. More…
This functional elegance excels in the bolder weights and is perfect for setting display and readable body copy.
Features: 7 weights with obliques, open type features, European characters, symbols, transit icons, circled figures, old style figures, tabular figures, proportional figures fractions, arrows.
35-FTR Font families
The 35-FTR includes the following font families:
- 35-FTR Light
- 35-FTR Light Oblique
- 35-FTR Regular
- 35-FTR Oblique
- 35-FTR Medium
- 35-FTR Medium Oblique
- 35-FTR Demi Bold
- 35-FTR Demi Bold Oblique
- 35-FTR Bold
- 35-FTR Bold Oblique
- 35-FTR Extra Bold
- 35-FTR Extra Bold Oblique
- 35-FTR Black
- 35-FTR Black Oblique
Here is a preview of how 35-FTR will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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