What is the LTC Twentieth Century™ font?
Twentieth Century was Lanston Monotypes answer to Futura. In fact Saul Hess’s redrawing of Futura is so close that this new digital revival includes alternates of the long lost original letterforms originally designed by Paul Renner for Futura, but were left out of the released version that has become so popular. 20th Century is a modern sans serif with apparent geometry yet still a certain warmth in its design.
The OpenType version of LTC Twentieth Century incorporates the alternate Renner glyphs with two sets of alternate lowercase characters. The font also includes oldstyle numerals and a full Western and Central European character set.
LTC Twentieth Century™ Font families
The LTC Twentieth Century™ includes the following font families:
- LTC Twentieth Century Medium Pro
- LTC Twentieth Century Medium
- LTC Twentieth Century Medium Alt
- LTC Twentieth Century Medium Small Caps
LTC Twentieth Century™ Preview
Here is a preview of how LTC Twentieth Century™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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