Typeface Magno Sans
Magno began its life with a mysterious metal typeface as a reference: a "Memphis" found in Brazil that was never a real Memphis. Along the way, though, this condensed family became a whole new thing, far from a revival. It ended up with 8 weights for every version (serif and sans), plus obliques, a large latin character set covering over 200 languages, and a considerable amount of OpenType Features including sets of numbers, fractions, small caps, superiors and inferiors, arrows, quite a few alternates, and even a unicase stylistic set. It’s special care for the visual mass and consistency through the wide range of weights makes it a good display option for impactful messages.