Brauer Neue is a sans-serif typeface originally designed in 1974 by Pierre Miedinger who is the nephew of Max Miedinger, the designer of Helvetica. The font was digitized in 1999 by Elektrosmog and then later expanded in 2006 with additional styles by Lineto. The design features slightly condensed proportions and soft, rounded corners. The family is available in three weights with matching italics.
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