Zimmer—with its highly-legible and simple sans-serif font—squarely fits into the mould of classical neo-grotesque typefaces. Zimmer is, however, still relatively narrow and is inspired by both early grotesque and humanist typefaces. The result: a typeface that works equally well for text and for display. And the name? It arrives to us via Paul Auster books, highway signs, and the fear of flying.
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