Acre Typeface free weight is the part of a geometric sans-serif type family that consist of eight weight fonts. It was both inspired by and named after the author’s great grandfather, Tex Acre. Tex was an artist and sign maker whose handcrafted signs illuminated the roadsides of the American Midwest. Acre is a tribute to him, his work, and many of my favorite early 20th century geometric typefaces. With eight weights ranging from Thin to Black, Acre is an extremely versatile family that can be used for display, text, or anything in between. Acre offers full European language support plus many OpenType features such as tabular and oldstyle figures.
Thanks to Jonathan Ball for creating such an awesome type family and let us having a try on it. So if you like this free weight, you may want to get the full version for all the complete weights of this family. Also, make sure to have a good look on his page for other stunning type works.