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Yes, DIN is technical and cool to the touch, but it's also so full of loveable quirks and strong gestures the face remains a genre unto itself. FF DIN® Round recreates one historical context of the face (routed lettering) with a result that's more sensitive to form than, for example, the more true-to-life Normalise DIN.
Sansa's distinctive semi-spurless design came out of Fred Smeijers' need for a good correspondence face, which its interior weights handle well, while its more extreme weights lend themselves to more readily to poster, packaging, editorial, and other display-focused work.
The classic 'typeface of the future' as seen through the lens of the 1960s, Eurostile continues to assert its hard-won dominance in the field of retro-futurism on car dashboards and in science fiction films. URW's recent adaptation of the Novarese masterpiece is out of sight.
Christoph Dunst's phenomenal humanist sans closely matches the feel and dimensions of its serifed predecessor, Novel, with a sturdy Roman and an elegantly compact, modestly sloped italic. The family covers six weights, each complete with companion italic.
Mark Simonson hits a sweet spot with Proxima Nova somewhere between the European geometric sans and American gothic models. Its rounded variants come in four weights and with an accented Latin range that covers Western and Central European languages.
Keep going. We suggest you start with Ivo Gabrowitsch's favorite and freshest picks from the rounded sans genre. Use them to add a subtle human touch to your user interfaces, posters, signage systems, and for that big spot of copy at the top of your responsive website.
Design in Illustrator. Visualize in Context. Use the design tools you already know to create stunning mockups with photorealistic inks, embossings and foils. LiveSurface Context lets you visualize your designs in the real world, with just a click, while you work in Adobe Illustrator.
Add photos of fonts you see in use to our gallery. From that font family's page, follow the Gallery link on the right-hand side, and upload from there. Easy. And, check out other people's gallery submissions to get a better sense for some of the ways the fonts are used well.
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