Scto Grotesk A Font Family
By the late 1800s, the grotesque had matured from a display novelty into a no-nonsense style that could be used for a range of applications. The mid-20th century saw a reappraisal of these classic sans serif forms. Fueled by modernist ideas, they were rethought and redrawn, now with consistent details and even text color. Transferred into systematic families of numerous weights and widths, the neo-grotesque became an essential ingredient of the International Typographic Style. To this day, it remains the go-to option for designers who are after a self-evident, transparent vessel for communication.