MONOCRANE is inspired by a crane outside of the Aufbauhaus at Moritzplatz in Berlin Kreuzberg. The typeface follows the rules and structure of this technical machine, which is used to lift heavy goods and material. All glyphs have the same width and follow a strict grid. Monocrane comes in two variants: Monocrane & Monocrane Mono.
Each of them has 3 (in words three) styles – Light, irregular and bold.
Monocrane Mono is a perfectly monospaced font, whereas Monocrane has carefully kerned glyph-combinations for all important character sequences. Moreover, Monocrane features a lot of different alternative glyphs for each character, making it versatile usable.
Designed by Lukas Kerecz | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.formlos-berlin.de
Typographic Course at design akademie berlin.
Lecturers: Sebastian Bissinger & Laure Boer | www.bankassociates.de