Antiquas in which curves are simulated by angled straight lines. Many of this designs are inspired by the work of Czech designer Vojtěch Preissig.
A revival of Vojtěch Preissig’s design by František Štorm, approved by the author’s family. Other digital interpretations have been made by P22 and PSY/OPS.
”Suzana Licko wanted to try her hand at an old style stress design, but found the curves difficult to draw with the relatively primitive font tools of the day. […] This inspired the designer to construct her new typeface with straight line segments instead of curves; approximating each curve by a series of tangent polylines.”
A no curves serif design by Typodermic’s Ray Larabie.
A two style chiseled serif from Margo Chase.
“Inspired through the Art Nouveau Czech designer Preissig, Koper is built on straight lines.”
Libre transitional serif curveless font based on a square grid.
“Drawn without any curve, Justice can be painted, cut out, engraved more easily. Creating stencils is a child’s play.”
“Ortica is a calligraphic serif with two contrasting but matching personalities.”