The website of design agency JP74. Learn more about the typography at Webfonts.info. (Thanks to reader Robert O’ Rourke for the tip.)
The typeface looks fresh but looks timeless as Futura.
This connotation is no coincidence: The first cuts of Neuzeit Grotesk were released in 1928 – the same year as Futura. It was Stempel’s direct reaction to Bauer’s seminal geometric sans-serif. With its larger x-height, it was suited for more compact settings. Its name could be read as a reference to Futura, too: Neuzeit is German for ‘modern age’. Thanks to its hallmark ‘J’, Neuzeit has a stronger flavor than many other Futura followers.
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