Kranto, a sans serif superfamily composed of 144 fonts designed by Ramiro Espinoza, draws inspiration from a group of mainly British and German grotesque typefaces from the first half of the twentieth century. Its three subfamilies—Kranto Normal, SemiCond, and Condensed—grow progressively narrower.
Each subfamily comes in seven weights, from Thin to Black—and, for maximum typesetting and typographic flexibility, each weight is available in three different x-heights: Text, Normal, and Display.
Brimming with subtly original design details, Kranto is a solid, trustworthy, and readable typeface that strives for objectivity and neutrality. Its unassuming nature makes Kranto an ideal choice not only for a broad assortment of corporate, editorial, and digital jobs, but also for environmental uses like signage and wayfinding systems.
Kranto is also fully equipped to tackle complex, professional typesetting. Its extensive character set includes fractions, case-sensitive forms, arrows, ordinals, icons, and tabular figures. In addition to standard Latin, it also supports Central European, Baltic, and Turkic languages.