This geometric sans serif typeface is instantly attention grabbing, while still managing to look funky. The Futura Black font traces its origins back to the 1920′s when it was first conceived by Paul Renner. It owes its geometric character to the style of the Bauhaus movement in Germany.
The Futura Black typeface has a commanding aura of forwardness and efficacy around it. It is a no-nonsense font that has gained popularity ever since it was released in 1927, and it still continues to be a very popular font choice when it comes to making an impact. Futura Black avoids any extravagant flourishes and decorations, with all its characters based on simple geometric shapes such as squares, circles and triangles.
The success of Futura Black spawned a new era of increasingly geometrically shaped sans serif typefaces. To date, Futura Black is regarded as an important typeface, and has steady usage value in digital and print mediums as both body fonts and headlines.
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