After Adrian Frutiger reinvented Paul Renner’s all time classic Futura with kind Avenir, Hoefler and Frere-Jones worked out powerful Gotham, Christian Schwartz did fashionable Neutraface and Mark Simonson hit the nail with Proxima Nova new kid on the block Cera is just another but distinctive geometric sans-serif.
Nevertheless, the pan-European typeface – designed between 2013-2015 – is supporting pure geometry plus Latin, Cyrillic and Greek script. With over 980 glyphs per weight Cera PRO cares about localized letter shapes plus ordinals and provides matching OpenType Features.
Equipped with six precise weights, a clean Italic – carefully slanted to 10 degrees – and useful dingbats plus arrows, Cera PRO is a good companion for setting clean text and headlines for print and screen in multiple languages and all its facets.
For the upright shapes there is a stencil version available as well.