Inspired by the classic American typewriter, the Treza font from Parisian designer Benjamin Gomez was first developed for a book publication packed with technical data such as tables, references, drawings and more.
The result is a sober and functional typeface ideal for use in classic print media, with pulpy serif and curves and fluid lines reminiscent of classic calligraphy. Check out this typeface at Gestalten Fonts website.

Benjamin Gomez accrued his graphic design training first at Valence’s art school then at Ecole Supérieure des arts décoratifs in Strasbourg. He went on to graduate from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des arts décoratifs in Paris, where he stayed and started the design collective Délpi in 2007. Together with designers Aurelie Gasche and Vadim Bernard, Gomez distinguishes his work based on a superior sensitivity to cultural activities and missions of public utility. The studio provides design solutions in communication, signage, motion design, multimedia, print, and type design.

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