About the Font
Alata Sans Serif font is a unique typeface that has a striking geometric style. The designer, Spyros Zevelakis, drew inspiration from early twentieth-century advertisement writing and epigraphic Greek monoline letters, which has led to its distinctive style. Eben Sorkin was responsible for modifying and expanding the font’s language support.
One of the standout features of Alata Sans Serif font is its versatility. It can be used for both personal and commercial purposes, making it an excellent option for designers who want to elevate their work. The font’s aesthetic makes it a great choice for a range of projects, from logos and titles to name cards, magazines, web layouts, invitations, headers, and branding.
In terms of design, the font is a fusion of different influences, with capital letters influenced by British lettering, while lowercase letters have a more “continental” or European feel. Alata Sans Serif also features a large selection of figures, including old-style figures, tiny numbers, superiors, and fractions. Case-sensitive forms are also included, which further expands the font’s design possibilities.
Alata Sans Serif font has a single regular style, which contains 853 glyphs with 1024 units per em. This font’s old-style figures with little numbers to represent superiors and fractions give it a majestic, antique, and sometimes bizarre feel. Despite having only one style, Alata Sans Serif font is a great option for designers looking for a versatile and unique typeface to use in their projects.
Windows 1252, Mac Roman, Google Core, Google Plus, Google Pro, Plus Optional, and Pro optional glyph sets, enabling the typesetting of English, Western European languages as well as Vietnamese and 130+ other languages.
Font Family Includes
This font family includes only one font family-
- Alata Sans Serif Regular 400
Font Name: Alata Sans Serif
Designer: Spyros Zevelakis, Eben Sorkin
Publisher: Sorkin Type Co.
License: Open Font License
|Character Ranges||Basic Latin,|
Latin Extended Additional, Latin Extended-C, Latin Extended-D
Subscripts and Superscripts
|Copyright||©2019 The Alata Project Authors (https://github.com/SorkinType/Alata)|
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