New Font: Prell

Our Newest Typeface is a Humanist Sans Serif
Posted by Gestalten—03/2013

Cheeky and flirtatious, yet conservative and deliberate, Prell was created to reflect the artist Norbert Prell’s personality like a self-portrait. The fine curves show an artful approach whereas the proportion of the character is a telltale sign of constructive thinking. Including a vast amount of OTF features, alternates, and ligatures, this new font can be used for body text as well as headlines and logos. Download the sample PDF and buy font here.

About the designer: Growing up in an artistic family, Norbert Prell was confronted by art and creativity at an early age. This laid the foundation for his aesthetic appreciation and paves the way for his design career. Initially trained as a graphic designer at the art school in Pécs and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in Budapest, he developed great interests in typography and font design. Read more.

Prell

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