2018–2023 | 12 styles | From 54€
Beltram draws from the late 19th century German jobbing typefaces, namely the lighter weight of Akzidenz Grotesk in different sizes, as opposed to the infamous Halbfette. By concentrating on the expressive and irregular features and having moderate variance in horizontal proportions, Beltram aims to widen the gap towards the later, more rational neo-grotesques. Heavier weights are drawn without following corresponding historical models and stroke contrast is kept minimal across the whole range of styles. Beltram is spaced rather tight and meant for relatively large sizes.
Alternate lowercase a
Proportional lining figures (default)
Proportional oldstyle figures
Tabular lining figures
Negative circled figures
Punctuation and symbols
Mathematical symbols and currencies
Arrows and geometric shapes
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Our free test fonts support all the same languages as the full commercial fonts. You are allowed to use them for internal evaluation. This includes such use as pitching to clients, mockups and visual composition tests.
A commercial License must be obtained if these limitations are exceeded.
Students who are currently enrolled in an educational institution are permitted to use the free test fonts for their non-commercial academic work.
The free test fonts are distinguished from the commercial fonts with the word “Test” in the font family name, for example “Beltram Test”.