Laplace Mono Font Family
A contemporary monospace inspired by the Age of Reason and german metal typefounding, Laplace Mono showcases Anton Koovit’s unique perspective on type design. At the end of the 18th century, and the beginning of the 19th century, modern Didone typefaces from Bodoni and Didot began to spread throughout Europe. In Germany, Justus Eric Walbaum gave his name to a livelier and more organic design that remains considered as the german equivalent to Didot. Inspired by the ideas and technical advancements of the 18th century, and these modern german typefaces, Anton Koovit set out to challenge the Didone genre with a monospaced design full of inventive details, offering interesting new possibilities to designers. Laplace Mono brings the warmth of metal typefaces with the modern and detailed shaping of digital curves in a truly singular design. Laplace Mono comes in 3 weights and their italics. All the styles share the same exact letter-width, allowing interesting design combinations.