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Campton font


Campton is a geometric sans-serif typeface created & published by Rene Bieder that comes in 18 fonts, a lot of Open Type Features, ideal for graphic design application, website, editorial projects.
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Nomada font


Nomada is a modern sans-serif typeface created by Jordi Embodas and published by Tipografies that is at the midpoint between Desktop-Print & Screen – Web Font. It comes in four styles (Light, Regular, Bold, Black) and you can use’ it for language or application. This font is nice for printing, great for web! Enjoy!
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Clear Sans Text font

Clear Sans Text

Clear Sans Text is a geometric sans-serif created by Neil Summerour and published by Positype that contains 10 fonts, improved the original skeleton hand-painted in 2008. This family font use x-heights, space-saving widths and it is perfect for display, text.
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Snag font


Snag is a  geometric sans-serif typeface created by Robbie Smith and published by Smith Hands that has modern clarity. It is recommanded for packaging and and advertising. also it has a large glyph set. Have fun!
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Corbert font


Corbert is a typeface created by Jonathan Hill and published by The Northern Block. Corbert family has 18 geometric sans-serif fonts perfect for magazines, posters and other future projects.
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Brandon Text font

Brandon Text

Brandon Text is a typeface published by HVD Fonts in 2013. It is a modern geometric sans-serif.
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Brandon Grotesque font

Brandon Grotesque

Brandon Grotesque is a typeface created by Hannes von Döhren and published by HVD Fonts. This family font is based on geometric forms but is also equipped for complex, professional typography. Did we mentioned that Brandon Grotesque won the TDC2 2011 Award? You cannot miss this font!
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