Neumann is a sturdy and “mechanical” Didones inspired font. It all started with the idea of a revival of the Quirinus typeface, designed by Alessandro Butti and published by the Italian type foundry Nebiolo back in 1939. It was a different kind of high-contrast design – way more technical looking than the other didones.
With the Neumann typeface added a bit of fresh air in the Didones scene with its more rectangular look and more manly appearance. It comes supporting both the Latin and Cyrillic codepages.
Neumann works well for texts and short messages, also suitable for branding, magazines, social media and more.