sans serf

Geometric Sans for display

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Hello all,

First of all I want a thank to the people in this forum for the support and knowledge given, although this is my first post I've been consulting the site on a regular basis and has been always a great help.

I was trying to create a typeface of my own based on early geometric fonts like Kabel or Futura with a contemporary look to work as a display typeface with alternate glyphs and features for titling, but the project has become a monster itself and I'm getting stuck in the way and I'm a bit desperate for a second opinion.

Grey Sans

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Thank you.

Pretty unusual sans-serif

WhatTheFont didn't turn up an exact match but it does look like Lorimer No.2 with a more egg-shaped lower-C and quite a different R. The differences are not subtle enough to convince me this is modified from Lorimer No.2 and I've never seen anything like it plus this is a Japanese publication so I'm guessing what else it could be. Perhaps a Japanese foundry?

http://leyline-publishing.com/arc/arc15号 Click on the book cover to see it enlarged. I'm referring to the font used in "arc/15".