Sans-serif: G with spur, R has straight leg

fabi's picture

Would like to track down which sans-serif this is.
Thanks for your help.

riccard0's picture

I too am interested (it reminds me of the new wayfinding typeface of the Milan subway).

Jan's picture

Reminds me of Haas Unica.

fabi's picture

Thanks, Jan, Unica crossed my mind as well, but the leg on the R is different.
This is Haas Unica:

agostini's picture

First I thought it is Dalton Maag's Aktiv Grotesk, released a few days ago,
but I think it is not quite right.

http://www.daltonmaag.com/browse/fonts/dama/aktivgrotesk/
http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-blog/2010/july/the-helvetica-killer

riccard0's picture

Akzidenz Grotesk/AG Old Face has a straight R's leg, but other details are off.
From where is the sample?

Florian Hardwig's picture

From where is the sample?

Switzerland. :)

fabi's picture

Jörg: thanks for the information about Aktiv Grotesk.
Riccardo: Florian is correct, the sample is from Zurich.

nina's picture

Zurich as in, made at ZHDK?
I'm wondering if it would be reasonable to surmise this could be custom/modified.

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