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Bague Inline Pro is the inline version of Bague Universal a contemporary geometric typeface family which blends distinct minimalist characteristi… Read More
Bague Inline Pro is the inline version of Bague Universal a contemporary geometric typeface family which blends distinct minimalist characteristics with mainstream details. A very interesting feature of Bague Inline is its vast array of uppercase alternates and ligatures which truly shine when set at display sizes. Read Less
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PF Bague Inline Pro

European Design Awards 2014: Bronze
PF Bague Inline Pro
Copyright ©2014
Designer: Panos Vassiliou
 
Bague Inline Pro is the inline version of Bague Universal a contemporary geometric typeface family which blends distinct minimalist characteristics with mainstream details. Despite its inspiration from Herbert Bayer’s drawings of the 1920s, it diverts from the constructivist rigidity and display structure of early geometric typefaces by incorporating humanist characteristics as well as classic letterform shapes which balance out the extremity of the minimal shapes. Bague Inline is a typeface that stays true to its urban nature and heritage.  
 
A very interesting feature of Bague Inline is its vast array of uppercase alternates and ligatures which truly shine when set at display sizes. Make your selection from 4 groups of alternates as well as a rich set of discretionary ligatures and watch it transform into a flexible, charming and stylish typeface with strong modern aesthetics. This typeface offers enormous possibilities and variations for editorial design and branding.
 
Bague Inline is the only commercially available inline typeface that comes in 4 weights for uppercase and lowercase letters. Each style consists of 775 glyphs with more that 128 alternates and ligatures and an extended set of characters which supports simultaneously Latin, Cyrillic and Greek.
 

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