Cot Dien Typeface (Vietnamese: Cột điện, English: Power pole) is a typeface created by Manh Nguyen, a Vietnam-based type designer. In the other hand, the typeface is also affected by the presence of “power poles” which is called humorously “non-leaves energy-producing trees” growing unnecessarily but bringing a tremendous amount of cables on themselves around street corners, therefore alongside with timeflow, the power poles become more and more iconic and cannot be ignored in several Vietnam poets’ and artist’ works in nearly 100 years til’ now.
Cotdien free typeface is a condensed geometric retro sans serif with curved corners and thick stroke; hence, it create a significant presence on titles of magazines’ articles, branding logos, etc. Cotdien Typeface is now free for an incomplete Latin version, nonetheless, when the project reaches higher attention the full version with full multilingual support and Vietnamese diacritical mark supports will go out, so take the time and enjoy this free font. Therefore, if you like this font, make sure to check out on his portfolio and don’t hesitate to hit the appreciate button.