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The Atlas Font Foundry extended the Heimat Collection, a typeface super family now containing Heimat Sans, Heimat Mono and Heimat Stencil.
Heimat Sans is a legible typeface family designed for contemporary typography, especially for use in headlines and on posters, but also for reading purposes. It combines an idiosyncratic appearance with the feeling of a grid-based letter construction of the late 20s.
Heimat Mono is the typewriter companion to Heimat Sans with a more technical appearance.
Heimat Stencil comes in the same proportions as Heimat Sans though the stenciled shapes give it a little more brutal aesthetic.
Since Heimat’s design concept might be too extreme for some applications, all typeface families within the Heimat Collection provide character sets of two alphabets: The regular one plus an alternate design that comes across as less suspenseful.
All font families within the Heimat Collection come in six weights for uprights and italics and contain an extra set of alternate glyphs, many ligatures, lining figures [proportionally spaced and monospaced], hanging figures [proportionally spaced and monospaced], positive and negative circled figures for upper and lower case, superior and inferior figures, fractions, extensive language support and many more OpenType features.
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