Font Highlight, Sans Serif Typefaces

Avenir Font

Adrian Frutiger designed Avenir™ in 1988, after years of having an interest in sans serif typefaces. Avenir means ‘future’ in French and hints that the typeface owes some of its interpretation to Futura. But unlike Futura, Avenir is not purely geometric; it has vertical strokes that are thicker than the horizontals, an “o” that is […]

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The Sans – a modern classic

The Sans™ typeface family is a humanist sans serif font that is part of a larger family of fonts designed by Berlin, Germany based designer Lucas de Groot. Since its inception in 1994, The Sans design has grown to have a large following, and is thought to be one of the most widely used sans […]

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Neo Sans and Neo Tech

The English designer Sebastian Lester created the Neo® Sans and Neo Tech typeface families for Monotype Imaging in 2004. Later in 2005, Intel commissioned the creation of a custom Neo font, Neo Sans Intel, for its rebranding. The British Labour Party has also used the font in branding and advertising, as have Kia Motors, Virgin […]

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Font Highlight, Sans Serif Typefaces

FF Marselis

FF Marselis crossbreeds geometric and humanistic forms, creating a freshly dynamic sans serif family. The family includes four weights – Light, Regular, Bold and Black. Each weight has a companion italic. FF Marselis In-Use: Brussels Airport FF Marselis is the selected corporate typeface for Brussels Airport. Its warm, soft and curvy features are a radical departure from […]

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Fonts for all occasions

Fonts from the Fontfont and Linotype Libraries: Scala Sans, Frutiger, ITC Conduit, ITC Officina Sans, FF Providence, Trade Gothic, Myriad, Univers., Neo Sans, Akko, Thesis, Helvetica, FF Sale, Rotis, Avenir, Koorkin.

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