The Loew typeface, a geometric sans serif font family from The Northern Block Ltd.
British type designer Jonathan Hill of foundry The Northern Block Ltd created the Loew typeface, a modern geometric sans serif font in 2014. The type family takes its inspiration from methods and design techniques of early industrial designers. Its typeface is characterized by mechanical shapes, which are adjusted with care to give this font a functional and well-balanced appearance. This combination between subtle human touches and technical details offers great legibility at any size. The Loew typeface is a geometric sans serif font family that can be used for both large headlines as well as long and small texts. This versatile type family comes with 6 weights ranging from Thin to Black plus Italics and includes one free weight (Loew Heavy).
The diverse typeface is available as both web font as well as a desktop font and can be used for a variety of applications. Loew is equipped with more than 800 characters including some alternative lowercase letters, 7 variations of numerals, true small caps with accents, manually edited kerning, and additional Opentype features.