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Designed by Felix Braden in 2007, Supernormale comes with four weights. Supernormale is quite legible, even in small sizes and long texts.
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Type is a very important element within the corporate design process. A corporate font that works in all media (screen, print, vinyl etc) delivers a very high level of recognition and resultingly, identification with the company.

Most of the existing PostScript fonts do not really perform well in new media such as the internet, especially not in small low resolution sizes (screen), and almost all of the relevant features and characteristics of the font design are lost.

Supernormale was therefore designed the other way round. The outline was designed on a pixel grid to ultimately work well in all media, high and low resolution, still keeping its unique and distinguished design all the way long.

Supernormale is quite legible, even in small sizes and long texts.

Designed by Felix Braden in 2007.
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