“Apta is a sans-serif typeface that explores the intersection of humanist and geometric designs. It takes inspiration from the mono-linear humanist approach of Johnston (Edward Johnston, 1913) and the geometric rigour of Futura (Paul Renner, 1927). […] Apta is structured with Roman proportions with a mono-linear build and is distinguished by consistent vertically cut terminals — a humanist trait derived from straight joins of shoulder to stem.” [Colophon] Comes in 6 weights plus italics, and Stylistic Sets with Geometric and Humanist alternates.
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