A few months ago, I was surfing around looking for some 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.

Geomanist has a contemporary sans design, clean and elegant, with a combination of geometric shapes and humanistic beat.

Geomanist Font Example #1

About Geomanist Font

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.

Geomanist Font Example #2

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 Font Example #3

Geomanist was designed in 9 font weights, with an italic version.

Geomanist Font Example #4

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 entire family is available.

Geomanist can easily be used to design something special, like this:

In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks. — John Muir

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.