Obvia, a geohumanist type for all media

Obvia appeared as a result of direct observation on typefaces classified as geometric and the 
plan to explore for the first time width axes - to be published soon - expanding its usability.

The idea behind Obvia’s design was to create a distancing from geometrically pure shapes, 
in this case, square shapes. Then some details were added, such as subtle inktraps, concave 
endings of the stems and carefully drawn alternate characters, giving a ‘geohumanist’ tone to the font.

This first family of Obvia has 9 weights ranging from Thin to Black with their respective italics, 
delivering a strong typographic identity, from the paper to the pixel.