Moskau Grotesk, a geometric font family by Björn Gogalla of foundry Letter Edit.
Björn Gogalla is a German type designer. He established his own font foundry ‘Letter Edit’ in 2012. The Moskau Grotesk font family is a particularly outstanding typeface design by Björn Gogalla. The typeface draws inspiration from the signage created for the Café Moskau in Berlin by graphic designer Klaus Wittkugel in the 1960s. Björn Gogalla’s full Moskau Grotesk font family provides a plain, geometrical style, which is reminiscent of design trends and architecture of the 1960s. Equipped with 7 weights plus matching Italics, this legible typeface can be used for both headlines and text. The family is equipped with different OpenType features such as ligatures and alternate characters. You can get it as both conventional desktop font as well as webfont. To get further information, please follow the link below.
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