What is the Metrolite #2® font?
In 1929 Chauncey Griffith at Mergenthaler commissioned W.A. Dwiggins to design a warmer and less mechanical Geometric Sanserif to compete with Futura. Dwiggins’ best efforts proved that human warmth had little to do with cool geometry; for twelve years, until the introduction of Spartan, Mergenthaler lost ground to Intertype’s licensed version of Futura.
Metrolite #2® Font families
The Metrolite #2® includes the following font families:
Metrolite #2® Preview
Here is a preview of how Metrolite #2® will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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