Fuzar Normal, SemiCondensed and Condensed
Here you have the three packages of our type family. In our shop you can define the usage between web, print or both of those. Feel free to see and compare the content of each packages
You will find below a few glyphs which were drawn for the current version. If you wish to see all of the glyphs and features, please download the Specimen down below.
Normal + Italic
SemiCondensed + italic
Condensed + italic
V 0.1 (2023)
Roman: 465 glyphs
Italic: 465 glyphs
WOFF, WOFF2, TTF
lo-ol type foundry (Loris Olivier, Noheul Lee)
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This first version includes around 500 glyphs that covers Latin extended, figures and some arrows.
A Geometric Grotesk family in 3 widths
Fuzar is a neo-grotesk type family articulated around three widths. Its primordial shapes embrace a dynamic and playful dynamism with a visible contrast. While the upright cut is assembled around a geometric skeleton, the italic follow a more harmonize set of proportions. The whole family possess a very expressive italic, the drawing being closer to the italic tradition of serif typefaces