Mid Century Sans(MCS) is composed of high-geometric shapes.
László Moholy-Nagy —one of professor in the Bauhaus— said “Typography is a tool of communication. It has to be communication in its most intense form. The emphasis must be on absolute clarity since this distinguishes the character of our own writing from that of ancient pictographic forms.”
As same as you can see in modern typefaces in the early twentieth century MCS has very efficient clear and minima letterforms. There are not any decorative parts in the skeleton of letters. At the same time Mid Century Sans has one more feature. In the middle of the twentieth century One big movement which called Mid-century modern had occurred. The Mid-century modern movement in the U.S. was an American reflection of the International and Bauhaus movements and it was slightly more organic in form and less formal than the International Bauhaus-style. In other words it was friendly and stylish. We added Mid-century-spices to the Bauhaus-modernism. The basic letter form is geometric yet it has very friendly strokes and human touch.
Mid Century Sans consists of 8 weights and their matching Italics for a wide range of usages. Farther Mid Century Sans is supporting international Latin languages and basic Cyrillic languages including Basic Latin Western Europe Central and South-Eastern Europe. Also MCS covers Mac Roman Windows1252 Adobe1 to 3. This wide range of international characters expands the capability of your works. Lowercase "a" has OpenType stylistic alternate for advanced typography.
Designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa