Test Fonts

Weight (wght): 400
Italic (ital): 5
Weight (wght): 400
Italic (ital): 5

Font Packages

Franzi Pro Complete Pack (20 fonts)

Franzi Pro Variable

Franzi Pro Hairline

Franzi Pro Hairline Italic

Franzi Pro ExtraLight

Franzi Pro ExtraLight Italic

Franzi Pro UltraLight

Franzi Pro UltraLight Italic

Franzi Pro Light

Franzi Pro Light Italic

Franzi Pro Regular

Franzi Pro Italic

Franzi Pro Medium

Franzi Pro Medium Italic

Franzi Pro DemiBold

Franzi Pro DemiBold Italic

Franzi Pro Bold

Franzi Pro Bold Italic

Franzi Pro ExtraBold

Franzi Pro ExtraBold Italic

Franzi Pro Black

Franzi Pro Black Italic

Languages

International Phonetical Alphabet (IPA)
Bosnian
Bulgarian
Chechen
Macedonian
Russian
Serbian
Ukrainian
Greek
Afrikaans
Albanian
Asu
Basque
Bemba
Bena
Breton
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Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
Esperanto
Estonian
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Filipino
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French
Friulian
Galician
Ganda
German
Gusii
Hungarian
Inari Sami
Indonesian
Irish
Italian
Jola-Fonyi
Kabuverdianu
Kalenjin
Kinyarwanda
Latvian
Lithuanian
Lower Sorbian
Luo
Luxembourgish
Luyia
Machame
Makhuwa-Meetto
Makonde
Malagasy
Maltese
Manx
Morisyen
Northern Sami
North Ndebele
Norwegian Bokmål
Norwegian Nynorsk
Nyankole
Oromo
Polish
Portuguese
Quechua
Romanian
Romansh
Rombo
Rundi
Rwa
Samburu
Sango
Sangu
Scottish Gaelic
Sena
Serbian
Shambala
Shona
Slovak
Soga
Somali
Spanish
Swahili
Swedish
Swiss German
Taita
Teso
Turkish
Upper Sorbian
Uzbek (Latin)
Volapük
Vunjo
Walser
Welsh
Western Frisian
Zulu

Specimen Pdf

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Franzi Pro – geometric sans

The new sans-serif Franzi typeface family – as neutral as can be, but at the same time individual and striking. Its unmistakable character lies in the detail, with no effect pushing itself to the fore. As a wide-running typeface with a relatively large x-height, the typeface family is perfectly suited to small text sizes but, with its elegant details, it leaves nothing to be desired in display applications either. Originally designed with constructed, often rectangular elements, Franzi has gradually been rounded during the development process and is now less hard in order to guarantee optimal legibility.

A total of 20 well-developed fonts are available: 10 line thicknesses from hairline to black, each of which can be upright and italic. The italics are softly and elegantly drawn, while the upright characters appear much more severe. The design appeal reveals itself in the two-storey ‘a’ – a tribute to legibility in body copy; however, for those who prefer the geometric in applications, an alternative single-storey ‘a’ is also available.

All styles have small caps, superscript and subscript lowercase letters, lining, non-lining and small caps figures, fractions as well as several ligatures, alternative fonts, symbols and arrows. The Latin uppercase letters are also available as discreet swash variants. In addition to the extended Latin alphabet, the typeface family also includes the complete Greek, Cyrillic and International Phonetic Alphabet IPA.

Franzi was created as a further development of an order to produce a sign for a therapy practice in Vienna’s Franz-Hochedlinger-Gasse – hence the name, which is more common as an abbreviation for Franziska than as a diminutive for the male name Franz: Franzi is therefore a hybrid typeface name which has female tendencies.

Design: Ekke Wolf