In this gallery you will find design examples realized with the extended font family Sintesi by us and other designers.
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Corporate identity and logo of the Belgian Foundation “Stichting Recht & Vermogen” realized completely using Sintesi SemiSans by the agency INXCO bvba.
Farewell card realized using Sintesi SemiSans by the Swiss graphic designer Filippo Salmina.
Invitation flyer for a solo bassoon concert of the musician Natalie Holzer realized using Sintesi (SemiSerif) by the Swiss graphic designer Madeleine Matter.
Corporate identity and logo of the German landscape architecture bureau “Mark Krieger Planting” realized exclusively using Sintesi (SemiSerif).
Note of condolence set realized using Sintesi Italic by a specialised German publishing company.
Do you want to bring life into the page? Mimix is specially designed for typographers who like to play. This font is ideal to express spontaneity and joy of life. Where Mimix is used, there’s life. The characters are lined up in a row, a face is looking out of the page. Big ears surround an oval head. Mimix skillfully combines the elegance of a modern roman with the spontaneity of casual handwriting. Declare war on monotony – with Mimix, the one with charm.
Sintesi Sans is the
font used for the copy of this website.
Sintesi Sans scores because of its readability, robustness and contemporary style. It is a true Sans Serif and therefore really flexible, universally applicable especially as a body text font and in a large number of applications. Thanks to its good readability and wide set of styles and glyphs, Sintesi Sans suits perfectly to a wide spectrum of applications.
Are you looking for a robust, contemporary font with strong personality?
Sintesi SemiSans is a hybrid font which manages the “synthesis” between Sans and Serif in its own way. Due to its constant stroke the favorite font of the author is closer to a sans serif and scores with robustness and contemporary style. Its strong serifs though evoke rather a slab serif font. Prove character too, with Sintesi SemiSans.
You would like to express tradition by using a contemporary font?
Sintesi might be exactly what you are looking for. Sintesi stands for synthesis – the unification of serif and sans-serif into a contemporary font, which surprises with different facets. Sintesi unfolds its traditional character. Its strong contrast and the feather-ductus stand out clearly. Combine antiquity with modernity!
Are you looking for a true cursive sans serif? “Stile” is a true cursive with moderate inclination, which has been developed particularly for the use as copy font. Stile has a good readability and is really flexible and universally applicable. While common italics with an angle of approx. 8 degrees while reading make your eyes quickly exhausted, “Stile” preserves them from fatigue. “Stile” is a sans serif with homogenous text color. Bring a personal style into your artwork. With Stile.
Pixels and Gothic Letters?
Sounds like Klingon.
Atoxina is especially designed for the burgeoning market of starships and other space cruisers. This font is ideal for internal and external use (including zero-g and occasional bursts of cosmic rays), and with its simplified forms is expected to survive well in non-linear galaxies.
Btoxina is the italic version of the font Atoxina.
With its simplified forms it is expected to survive well in non-linear galaxies. With its unusual diagonal half-pixels Btoxina is striking as abstract designs at astronomical sizes, where small text may be placed within the black holes formed inside the capital letters. Mr. Spock sends his regards.
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