Interstate Font Family from Font Bureau

The Interstate font family, a typeface by Tobias Frere-Jones for foundry Font Bureau.

Interstate’s type design draws inspiration by signage alphabets of the U.S. Federal Highway Administration. Tobias Frere-Jones, a senior designer at foundry Font Bureau has created this sans typeface during the years of 1993 and 1994. The Interstate font family is intended for the use in newspapers, magazines, books, and corporate design. Its design is based on a simple and geometric sans serif typeface that provides great legibility in any point size, whether you use this font for big headlines or small and long texts.

The family includes diverse weights (ranging from Hairline to Ultra Black) as well as three widths including Normal, Compressed, and Condensed. For further information, please visit the link below.

You can buy the complete family on MyFonts.

The Interstate font family was designed by Tobias Frere-Jones during the years of 1993 and 1994 for publisher Font Bureau.
The Interstate font family was designed by Tobias Frere-Jones during the years of 1993 and 1994 for publisher Font Bureau.
An overview of the Interstate font family with its diverse weights (ranging from Hairline to Ultra Black) and widths including Normal, Compressed, and Condensed.
An overview of the Interstate font family with its diverse weights (ranging from Hairline to Ultra Black) and widths including Normal, Compressed, and Condensed.
Some text samples to introduce this contemporary sans serif typeface from foundry Font Bureau.
Some text samples to introduce this contemporary sans serif typeface from foundry Font Bureau.

This modern sans serif typeface is available for purchase on MyFonts.com

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