(x) Thin, angular sans serif - Foundry Gridnik {Conor}

eyeprojector's picture

I've seen typefaces like this (and several other similar ones) that are very open and light, with harder, angular corners instead of smooth round ones. can anyone give me some leads? thanks!

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eyeprojector's picture

thank you! after some googling, looks like people seem to have .. uh... challenges with getting in touch with The Foundry. Hopefully they'll reply. If not, it looks like Blender may be an alternate.

Bald Condensed's picture

Keep us informed, I still wouldn't mind hearing somebody's actual experience with them.

Conor's picture

> somebody’s actual experience with them.

I found them to be very pleasant and helpful.

Stephen Coles's picture

If you don't mind me asking, Conor, was your communication with them regarding a large or small license?

Conor's picture

It was small. Single workstation licence.

Stephen Coles's picture

Then perhaps the trouble is with their email rather than what I presumed was an unwillingness to deal with small fries.

Renko's picture

Blender (Pro) by Nik Thoenen has a similar look-and-feel as Foundry Gridnik as you are looking for those angular types.

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