Cooper Hewitt Font

by Cooper Hewitt

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Sans-Serif

14 font family styles

Bold Style

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truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Bold Italic Style

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truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Book Style

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truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Book Italic Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Heavy Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Heavy Italic Style

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truetype 533 glyphs 569 characters

Light Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Light Italic Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Medium Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Medium Italic Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Semibold Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Semibold Italic Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters

Thin Style

[object Object] font
truetype 544 glyphs 566 characters

Thin Italic Style

[object Object] font
truetype 545 glyphs 566 characters
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    About Cooper Hewitt Font

    Cooper Hewitt is a Unicode sans serif typeface family, created for the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum - cooperhewitt.org - in 2014 as part of the museum's new visual identity.

    The new typeface, Cooper Hewitt, is a contemporary sans serif, with characters composed of modified-geometric curves and arches. Initially commissioned by Pentagram to evolve his Polaris Condensed typeface, Chester Jenkins created a new digital form to support the newly transformed museum. 
“Developing this typeface specifically for Cooper Hewitt has been enormously gratifying,” said Jenkins. “Instead of building on the Polaris structures, I drew everything from scratch, using the existing forms as a rough guide for letter widths and master-stroke thicknesses.”

    The typeface was designed by Chester Jenkins at Village Type and Design LLC, working with Eddie Opara and his group at Pentagram, and Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum director Caroline Baumann and her team.

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