Doing a book layout, we're playing with using Rotis Serif and Sans, liking the verticality and the very slightly unconventional forms – 1988, but it still feels fresh.

However, one of the people involved is not convinced.

Any suggestions for a similar sort of super-family, sans and serif, clean and crisp, somewhere not too far from the moment?

Monotype Imaging Announces the Rotis II Sans Typeface Family

New Addition to Extends the Versatility of the Classic Rotis Design

Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc., a leading global provider of text imaging solutions, has released new fonts that expand the Rotis® suite of typefaces, one of the company's best-selling designs. The 14-font Rotis II Sans family, the latest addition to the Monotype® collection and available from, introduces improvements that extend the versatility of the original Rotis design.

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