Nomina is a sans serif font family with sizes ranging from large to small. The weights in the family range from ExtraLight to Black, and there are 16 styles in total, including italics. The font family was inspired by classic Grotesk fonts like Venus and Akziden Grotesk. In relation to other modern Grotesk typefaces, the contrast details in this font family are quite subtle and yet still harmonize while standing in between another character. The open apertures help them to increase the quirkiness accompanied by the sharp terminals on each rounded glyph. The Nomina family has a lot of selective alternates and OpenType features, and its main use is universal, which means it can be used in any design style as long as the look and feel match its own.
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