About the project
Zug is a neo-grotesque inspired by the mid-twentieth century street signage of Central and Eastern Europe. It combines historic heritage with fresh and contemporary visual language. It merges geometry and logic with calligraphic fluency and warmth. The characteristic letters like a, c, g, f, k, r or s make it stand out at display sizes, while the more conventional stylistic alternates enable its full potential when used for the body text, to give the best typographic color and facilitate reading experience. The typeface also supports special stylistic set of didone numerals and arrows – the unique feature that offers high formal contrast, handy for any use from branding and signage to web and editorial design.
Western European, Central European, South Eastern European, Vietnamese, Pinyin
Small capitals, Oldstyle figures, Tabular figures, Fractions, Superscript / subscript, Stylistic alternates, Discretionary ligatures, Case-sensitive forms, Ordinals
OTF, WOFF2, OTvar