Brace started with the popular sans Trim and found through the process of “adding serifs” not merely a sibling, but something altogether different.
Caravel lands somewhere in between Monotype’s Grotesque™ and Fred Smeijers’ Ludwig; not so wild in its lighter weights, but as it progresses toward bold it seems capable of being talked into it.
Cradley is Jason Castle’s own titling Caslon. A gracefully mannered uppercase, the face is suited to editorial, poster, and packaging work.
Formular offers a different perspective on the realist sans, as does the Brownfox foundry on Latin alphabet design generally.
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