In 1982, the Monotype drawing bureau introduced the Arial font.
Today is a modern sans-serif design that includes great humanistic features compared to its predecessors. This characteristic makes it well consistent with the prevailing trends of the late twentieth century.
The curvature in Arial is processed more gently and fully, which distinguishes it from many sans-serif fonts in the industrial style. It is noteworthy that the end strokes are cut diagonally, which contributes to a less rigid and more organic aesthetic.
The Arial font has established itself as an exceptionally versatile font family suitable for various applications, excellent in text settings for reports, presentations and magazines, as well as having a strong impact on the display context, such as newspapers, advertising and promotions.