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Harman font

Harman

Harman is a multi-style script typeface created by Ahmet Altun and published by Ahmet Altun. Completely handmade and designed with an intriguing blend (spelled Harman in Turkish, hence his name) of styles, Harman comes with a seven very different fonts that complement each other in a beautiful way. Enjoy another great font family from Ahmet!
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Cervo font

Cervo

Cervo is an hight quality font published by Olazej Ostoja Lniski that is part of Kapra font. It comes in 4 weights and their italics and some alternate stylistic sets. This rounded typeface is perfect for any kind of projects!
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Aguda font

Aguda

Aguda is a geometric sans-serif typeface created by Pablo Balcells and published by Graviton that contains 4 styles, OpenType Features like: Discretionary ligatures, Fractions, Ordinals etc. and several alternate characters. It can be suitable for display, logo, magazine, poster, text etc. Enjoy!
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Brix Sans font

Brix Sans

Brix Sans is a technical sans typeface created by Hannes von DöhrenLivius Dietzel and published by HVD Fonts. After two years of work, the designers have ingeniously succeeded in creating a specialized typeface  which matches with its older versions and is suitable for complex editorial design and demanding typographical requirements. It includes 6 weights with matching italics, Open Type features, wide range of numerals, arrows and various European language support.


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Dalle font

Dalle

Dalle is a sans-serif typeface created by Stawix Ruecha and published by Stawix that comes in 14 styles, 7 weights (from Heavy to UILight), an excelent choice for body text and display. Good for any purpose, make sure you use OpenType Features, multi-ligatures support and tabular figures. A must have for any designer!
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Civolis font

Civolis

Civolis is a sans serif typeface created by Christian Gwiozda and published by Furiosum that comes in 4 weights from Thin to Bold plus their italics, OpenType Features includes Lining & Oldstyle Figures, Ligatures, Tabular Figure, Subscript & Superscript and Fraction. It is perfect for editorial projects!
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Vanage font

Vanage

Vanage is a sans-serif typeface created by Thanarat Vachiruckul and published by Katatrad that comes in five weights from Light to Black whit accompanying italics, OpenType Features like ligatures, alternate characters and offer advanced typographical support. This family font has an elegant high contrast and it was designed to be suitable for display, editorial projects, magazine, logo etc.
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Handy Sans Condensed font

Handy Sans Condensed

Handy Sans Condensed is a sans serif condensed typeface created & published by My CreativeLand that was designed to be readable in all sizes. This family font is available in 4 styles  (Regular & Round with their italics), some useful Open Type Features and a lot of european language support.
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Innervers Gothic font

Innervers Gothic

Innervers Gothic is a typefamily of 6 font created and published by Svetlana Usljebrka. This geometric sans-serif font has 6 weights ranging from 10 (UltraLight) to 60 (Bold). It covers a lot of Opentype features and is perfect for tall x-height but also for small characters. It cand be use for display, logo, headline, magazine etc.
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Ainslie Sans font

Ainslie Sans

Ainslie Sans is created by Jeremy Dooley and published by insigne. Incorporating the main features of the original Ainslie family typeface, it removes the semi-serifs and encourages the inclusion of particular geometric elements. The outcome is a stylish font that can be used for a variety of projects. The numerous typographic features provide a wide range of alternates, swashes, old style figures and compact caps.


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