Worldtype: which fonts do it all?

Ushuaia71's picture

I tried the search function, but did not find much. Sorry in advance if I used the wrong search terms.

We're in a start-up for an global company in the food industry. So a lot of packaging and small size ingredient tables involved.

We're looking for a serif and a sans serif that work well together in as much as possible variations. E.G. Gotham from H&F is a fine one, but it does not seem to have Greek or Cyrillic. I've contacted FontShop about the issue as well.

I understand possibilities get diminished a lot with these restrictions.

Any help would be nice!


poms's picture
fedra sans + fedra serif (… even fedra hindi, fedra arabic)

Brieck's picture

As for a sans, Underground from P22 has an extensive set of styles, as well as Greek and Cyrillic sets.
Moreover, it's truly a great typeface.


Brieck's picture

You could consider Parachute's Centro. It comes with Serif, Sans and Slab, in greek and cyrillic.


Thomas Phinney's picture

A number of Adobe's typefaces have Greek and Cyrillic, especially (though not only) the more recent ones. Arno, Garamond Premier, Myriad, Minion, Hypatia Sans, etc.

Nick Shinn's picture

My Modern Suite covers Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic scripts.
But don't you want more: Chinese, Arabic, Devanagiri, &c.?

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