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Sugo Pro Display

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Sugo Pro Display à  by Zetafonts 
 26,854 downloads (57 yesterday)   Free for personal use - 20 font files
Sugo-Pro-Display-Thin-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-ExtraLight-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-Light-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-Regular-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-Bold-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-Thin-Italic-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-ExtraLight-Italic-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-Light-Italic-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-Italic-trial.ttf
Sugo-Pro-Display-Bold-Italic-trial.ttf
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Sugo Pro is a condensed geometric sans serif with a robust body, slightly rounded corners and no-nonsense street style attitude. The sturdy, robust design of Sugo makes it an ideal choice for sports branding and street-style editorial use. Lighter weights provide great legibility at small sizes while the regular and bold weights are more suited to titling, logo and headlines.
It was designed in 2006 by Francesco Canovaro in two weights (regular and extralight) and later used by Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini as base inspiration for the design of the successful Zetafonts' Cocogoose Pro typeface. In 2018 the family was completely redesigned by Andrea Tartarelli, expanding the original glyph set to include cyrillic and greek and adding three extra weights and italics. The restored and revamped version, named Sugo Pro Classic, also includes full Open Type features for positional figures, Alternates and Small Caps, and restores alternate glyph shapes created by Canovaro for the original Sugo, accessible as Stylistic Alternates.   More...

First seen on DaFont: July 09, 2018


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