Binario is a sans serif & geometric typeface with tightly cornered forms that lend themselves nicely to screen-reading. The design contains elements of Italian Art Deco, early 1900s advertising, and modularity. The shape of the rounded counters are based on the curve of the classic Roman arch. It comes in three weights; bold, regular, and light. The bold and regular weights have a vertical emphasis and are well-suited for headlines or large body text. The light is more open and provides a nice pairing to the bold or regular as body text or as large display text. It comes with a small set of icons; an arrow, a printer’s fist, a train, some flowers, and several basic interface symbols.
FormPattern is a versatile set of shapes. It comes in four individual fonts with limitless visual possibilities. Each font is based on grid units of; one, two, three, or six.
Many of the forms from different fonts can flow together to make lines, borders, and patterns. Explore letter spacing to connect the forms into a continuous pattern or to space them apart to make borders. Explore leading to create large areas of pattern. Web designers can use FormPattern to make unique horizontal rules with the web font for scalable and faster loading pages.