Kizo is a geometric condensed sans serif typeface, designed by Mariya V. Pigoulevskaya in 2013. Inspired by the urban modernist architecture, the font is functional, rational, utilitarian and subtle in its nature. Created for text and display use, Kizo offers a number of alternative characters. Build for maximum clarity and with attention to detail, Kizo features ink traps, making it suitable for the newsprint as well as the on screen application. Details include 4 weights, 434 characters and open type features.