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Orgon Slab font

Orgon Slab

Orgon Slab is a typeface created by Dieter Hofrichter and published by Hoftype which is part of the Orgon family. This rounded slab serif font contains 16 styles and it is suitable for desktop and web applications. It covers a lot of  OpenType Features that you can mix. Also it has extended language support.
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Certa Sans font

Certa Sans

Certa Sans is a sans-serif typeface created by Elena Kowalski and published by Glen Jan that contains 16 font, 8 weights from Thin to Black, 5 Stylistic sets and other Opentype Features. Also it has language support. This humanist text family is ideal for display, text, logo etc.
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AmpleSoft font

AmpleSoft

AmpleSoft is a sans serif typeface created by Aakash Soneri and published by Soneri Type which is chacarterized by optical mono linear, smooth cursive and distinguishable leterforms. This display font comes in 6 weights from Thin to Bold and it was designed to be suitable for headline, title, magazine, logo, web etc. A newly designed display font of Ample type family. Enjoy!
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Ironstrike font

Ironstrike

Ironstrike is a sans-serif typeface created by James Walker Puckett and published by Dunwich Type Founders. Characterized by Round tops and bottons, Tall x-height, Orthogonal Terminals and Straight Sides, Ironstrike comes in 7 weights (from Thin to Black) and their italics, maching Stencil Fonts, Open Type tabular figures and a lot of language support. It is ideal for display, editorial projects, headline, magazine, logo, poster, packaging etc. You cannot miss it!
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Mariné font

Mariné

Mariné is a sans typeface created by Martin Sommaruga and published by TipoType. Characterized by simple geometric lines and gentle contrast, Mariné provides various styles and character width which allow the designer to use it as both a text or a display font (formal or informal). What`s new about Mariné is that it offers typographic features in italic style.


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Uni Sans font

Uni Sans

Uni Sans is a custom sans-serif typeface, created by Svetoslav Simov and published by Fontfabric. Characterized by simple, smooth geometrical rounded forms, Uni Sans promotes a pleasant and readable look of the text which is applicable for any type of graphic design like web, print etc..
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Glober font

Glober

Glober is a geometric sans-serif typeface created by Ivan Petrov and published by Fontfabric that has 18 fonts, 9 weights plus their italics. It merge for PC as well as Mac, web and print design areas. Also Glober can be use for hradline, text, magazine, poster, graphic design etc. For chatacters, the secret is in the smoothened terminals!
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Schwager Sans font

Schwager Sans

Schwager Sans is a sans serif typeface created by Luciano Vergara and published by Latinotype that contains 12 styles uprights & italics (from Thin to Black), Alternative characters, Character set. It is a mix of geometry and modernist aesthetics. Ideal for titles, tehnology, a lot of applications, Schwager Sans is a new version of Schwager!
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Sisco font

Sisco

Sisco is a sans-serif typeface created by Josep Patau and published by Tipo Pèpel that contains 18 weights from Thin to Heavy and a lot of sets: numerals, fractions, ligatures, language support. It is recommanded for editorial projects.
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Pilcrow Soft font

Pilcrow Soft

Pilcrow Soft is created by Satya Rajpurohit and published by Indian Type Foundry. Characterized by clear, unsophisticated and functional forms, Pilcrow Soft is related to street signs fonts and mechanical lettering. Unlike the normal Pilcrow, Pilcrow Soft levels off the stroke corners. It comes in two versions (with round and straight cornered characters) and offers many weights (from Normal to Heavy). The lack of italics is a typical trait of the technical style adopted by Pilcrow Soft, a style defined by contrasting stroke width, meant to express legibility.


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