Swiss designer Silvan Kaeser created the font Seebad™ in 2002.
Silvan Kaesar designed Seedbad after observing the unique sign lettering along the shores of Lake Geneva’s bathing area. Seebad’s four different settings represent the cutting edge new style of Swiss design, which spans the bridge between modern and contemporary. Containing geometrically forms, Seebad has a narrow base. Some characters (the lowercase “t”, for example) display unicase, even uncial-like tendencies. If you are looking for a face to spice up your layouts with an ultra-modern, cutting-edge flair, while not sacrificing copy length, Seebad is the face for you!