Worldtype: which fonts do it all?

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Ushuaia71's picture
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Worldtype: which fonts do it all?
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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!

Thx.

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http://www.typotheque.com/site/index.php
fedra sans + fedra serif (… even fedra hindi, fedra arabic)

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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

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

Brieck

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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.

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