Fugue, in its recent form, was first used in ‘Wonder Years’, a book published in late 2008 to mark the tenth anniversary of the Werkplaats Typograﬁe in Arnhem. Fugue (originally designed and used solely in twelve point) was conceived as an appreciation of and going-back-to-the-future-and-back-again with Paul Renner.
Fugue is available in Regular, Regular Italic (both in two stylistic sets and with alternates of double-storey ‘a’ and ‘t’ letters), Monospace and new style called Tails.
Fugue Tails is new addition to Fugue Family. It is unsentimental replacement of Fugue Head – a short lived headline member of the family. Unlike Head, Fugue Tails contains both uppercase and lowercase letters.
Fugue supports Latin and Cyrillic languages and is available for Desktop, Web licensing and more.
Explore more in enclosed PDF specimen.
Fugue is displayed on headlines from The New Yorker.