Cadet Sans Serif Font is a minimal semi geomtric shape sans serif font. These descendants of Herbert Bayer’s experimental designs of the 1920s were built on straight lines and perfect circles and flooded the market in the ‘70s. The look became so ubiquitous that today they’re strongly associated with that era.
The goal with Cadet was to reinterpret this style through a contemporary eye. The result retains much of the charm and character style without feeling overly familiar. Cadet is not based on or inspired by any single typeface but is instead a sort of Frankenstein of some of our favorite designs from the past. Some clear points of reference are Busorama (1970), Marvin (1969), Pump (1970), and Kabel (1928).