What is the Rotis® SemiSans font?
The Rotis family was designed in 1989 by Otl Aicher for Agfa; his last type design.
Rotis pioneered the idea of matching subfamilies: Sans Serif, Semi Sans, Semi Serif, and Serif. Readily identifiable in all four subfamilies is the leftward leaning upper and lowercase C.
The typefaces share weights, heights, and proportions, making this a functional mix-and-match family for a variety of uses, from lengthy text setting to short captions to headlines.
Rotis® SemiSans Font families
The Rotis® SemiSans includes the following font families:
- Rotis Semi Sans Std Light
- Rotis Semi Sans Std Light Ita;oc
- Rotis Semi Sans Std
- Rotis Semi Sans Std Italic
- Rotis Semi Sans Std Bold
- Rotis Semi Sans Std ExtraBold
Rotis® SemiSans Preview
Here is a preview of how Rotis® SemiSans will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.