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|Municipal Grotesque||Light||Desktop: OTF||Jonathan Maghen|
Municipal Grotesque is a fixed-width, sans-serif typeface based on metal dies used by public and private utilities to stamp various outdoor materials, and the 1973 Josef Müller-Brockmann typeface, Candia, for Olivetti. The first cut, Light, is also a reference to numerous concrete utility covers throughout the city of Los Angeles which display light-weight, sans-serif letterforms. Municipal Grotesque has 122 glyphs with basic Latin characters, lining figures, alternates, punctuation, and symbols. License includes 1 style: Light, with Desktop (OTF), Web (WOFF), and App (TTF) font formats for Print, Web, App, and Broadcast use. The Desktop (OTF) format is available to request/use free for self-initiated, non-profit, and cultural projects. Typeface designed by Jonathan Maghen. Licensed fonts distributed via e-mail. EULA.
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