Monotype Grotesque is a sans-serif typeface designed in 1928 by the Monotype Corporation. It was one of the first sans-serif typefaces to be widely used, and it has remained popular ever since. Its design features include a large x-height, low contrast between thick and thin strokes, and a slightly condensed shape. Its humanist influences are evident in the rounded terminals and slightly sloped axis. Monotype Grotesque has a strong, versatile character that is both modern and timeless. It evokes a feeling of stability and reliability, and its clean lines make it suitable for a variety of projects. It is a great choice for websites, logos, magazines, and other print materials. Its versatility makes it a great fit for a variety of industries, including finance, technology, and healthcare.
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