Eastman is a geometric sans workhorse family developed for maximum versatility both in display and text use. With a wide weight range and a solid monolinear design featuring a tall x-height that makes Eastman extremely readable on paper and on the screen. Eastman excels in both body text, headings and word-marks and it is your new option for a universal geometric grotesque.
Influenced by Bauhaus ideals and contemporary minimalism, but with a nod to the pragmatic nature 19th century grotesques, Eastman has been developed as a highly reliable tool for design problem solving, and given all the features a graphic designer needs - from a wide language coverage (thanks to +1200 latin, Cyrillic and greek characters) to a complete set of open type features (including small capitals, positional numbers, case sensitive forms).
An impressive array of alternate characters and stylistic sets allows to fine-tune your editorial and branding design by choosing unique, logo-ready variant letter shapes.
Free version of Eastman comes with 4 fonts in Regular weight, including Alternate and Italics. The full type family has twenty weights of the base family complemented by a display-oriented alternate family, as well as two variable versions, bringing the full family to an impressive count of 42 fonts.
Eastman was designed by Francesco Canovaro and Andrea Tartarelli with help from Solenn Bordeau.