A few months ago, I was surfing around looking for design inspiration when I came across the Viget website. I was drawn to the typography on the site, so I poked a little further under the hood to see what font was being used.
The Geomanist typeface has a contemporary sans design, clean and elegant, with a combination of geometric shapes and humanistic beat.
Geomanist was designed by Atipo®, a small multidisciplinary studio set up by Raúl García del Pomar & Ismael González in 2010 that offers honest and enduring graphic solutions, where ideas take precedence over aesthetics.
The beautiful Geomanist typeface comes in 18 font styles—from the elegant and delicate Thin weight to the extra strong Ultra. Each one, quite delicious.
Geomanist was designed in 9 font weights, with an italic version of each.
Geomanist can be used for personal and commercial works, and can also be used as a webfont—for your website or web application. The regular font style is free to download, and the entire family is available as well.
Geomanist can easily be used to design something special, like this:
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated in any way with Geomanist, the founders of it, or anyone who does their laundry. No money has exchanged hands. I am merely a fan, trying to pay it forward in the design world. Namaste.