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A Sturdy Layered Geometric Font That Pays Homage to its 20th Century Roots (Without Being a Cheesy Tribute)
- Layered type system designed by Aaron Sechrist of OKpants, a small independent design studio in Cleveland, Ohio.
- Layers include Main, Fill, Base and 3D (so you can quickly adapt Leutner to your project).
- Includes 5 preview image files in AI and PSD format (so you can inspect them and learn some new tricks).
- Built in OTF format for easier Bézier manipulation and 30% smaller file size for the web (so it's faster and easier to design with).
Number of fonts: 4
File Type: OTF
File Size: 58 MB
License Type: Standard version
What is Leutner?
Named after the dining hall that Aaron would sneak into while attending art school, Leutner is an eyeball-grabbing, hypnotic and sturdy geometric font inspired by the late 20th century (while still maintaining its own unique personality).
It's also a four typeface, layered type system. So you can create eye-catching typography in seconds.
What's a Layered Type System
A layered type system like Leutner takes all of the hassles out of building great looking type work.
Let's say you wanted to create some custom 3D type with your run-of-the-mill font. You'd have to manually build of the 3D elements, add fill layers, and then tweak each layer to try to get it all lined up and looking good.
With a font like Leutner the process is effortless (but still gives you tons of control to tweak it how you like).
All you have to do is type your words, choose a color, copy and paste the font on top of itself, and then choose your next layer (Main, Fill, Base or 3D). By mixing and matching font styles and colors you can build amazing looking type work in seconds.
About Aaron Sechrist
Aaron is the owner of the one-man independent design studio OKpants. Aaron has worked with cool people and brands like Patton Oswalt, Red Bull, and The Smithsonian Institute. His posters have also been immortalized in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
Great videos like the one on this page don't just happen by chance. It takes a talented team that want to make great work. Follow these guys at the links below (bonus points for letting them know you loved the video!)
Shot and directed by Lee Sechrist
Special thanks to Jimmie Graham