Expose Font Family
Expose is a constructed sans typeface for headlines and general editorial work. It looks like it has taken letterforms drafted by engineers and crossed these with avant-garde remixes of typewriter faces. As a family, Expose includes four fonts, ranging in weight from Regular through Black. Newspaper headlines need to be compact, and the counters inside of Expose’s letters help the design achieve this by being almost squared off. Something similar happens with the diagonal strokes, too: several diagonals change direction towards one end of their stroke. While Expose’s design is proportionally-spaced, its design does feel somewhat fixed-width – especially in its capital letters. Unusual for a constructed-style sans, Expose’s fonts make use of the double-storied form for the ‘g’.