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Carnas font

Carnas

Carnas is a sans serif typeface created by Dieter Hofrichter and published by Hoftype that was designed to be suitable for both shorter and longer text applications. This monoline font comes in 16 styles, a lot of useful OpenType Features and extended language support. It is ideal for typography projects. Have fun!
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Necia Stencil font

Necia Stencil

Necia Stencil is a sans serif typeface created by Pablo Balcells and published by Graviton that has part of Necia font family. This stencil version is available in 16 styles divided into two: the 8 “Stencil 1″ with some details perfect for rigid materials printing and the 8 “Stencil 2″ ideal for light materials printing . Also it can be use for headline, magazine, logo, poster, video game etc. Enjoy!
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Necia font

Necia

Necia is a geometric, rounded sans serif typeface created by Pablo Balcells and published by Graviton that contains 8 styles, alternates styles, small caps, alternate characters (caps Height, X Height, Baseline, Descender) and some useful Open Type Features. This full family works great for display, headline, logo, text, poster etc.
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Exo font

Exo

Exo is a contemporary geometric sans serif typeface family created by Natanael Gama and published by Ndiscovered. Combining a technological/futuristic feeling while keeping an elegant design, Exo was meant to be a very versatile font, so it has 9 weights (the maximum on the web) each with a true italic version. It works great as a display face but it also works good for small to intermediate size texts. In December 2013, Exo was completely redrawn and published as Exo 2, with a more organic look that will perform much better at small text sizes and in long texts. A must have for any designer!
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Zosimo font

Zosimo

Zosimo is a neo-grotesk typeface created by Ron Gilad and published by Delicious Type which comes out in robust shapes, defined curves and some useful OpenType Features. This big family font, in 18 font, 2 styles and 9 weights, it is good for any purpose…logo, magazine, titling…waiting to be explore!
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Hansom FY font

Hansom FY

Hansom FY is a contemporary sans serif typeface created by Jérémie Hornus and published by Fontyou that contains 3 weights plus their italics. It has shapes and rounded terminals and it can be use for any kind of projects, applications.
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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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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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Cintra font

Cintra

Cintra is a geometric sans serif typeface created by Pablo Balcells and published by Graviton that the characters has rounded angles and can be use for headline, logo, magazine, poster etc.
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Oita font

Oita

Oita is a geometric sans-serif typeface created by Jeremy Dooley and published by insigne that comes with some characteristics: Cap Height, X-Height, Descender, Sharp Diagonal Terminators, Cut Arms, No Curves. This modern font based on practical, octagonal structure also has Stilistic Alternates (Simplified Forms), Swash Alternates (Runes), Titling Alternates (Future Stencil), Oldstyle Figures and over 70 language support. Oita family font is recommended for headline, display, poster, packaging etc.
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