ITC Conduit is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Mark van Bronkhorst in 1997. The design was inspired by the crude lettering found on boilers and parking lot signs. The typeface is immediately recognizable by the distinctive triangular shape on the left side of the cross on the t. It’s one of those fonts that you tend to see set in uppercase more often that lowercase. The family is available in seven weights with matching italics.
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