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Clear Sans by Positype #FreeFonts #typography

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Clear Sans by Positype #FreeFonts #typography

 

Clear Sans is a… wait for it… rational geometric sans serif. It is intended to fill a niche… to provide an alternative to the somewhat based-on-vernacular signage, somewhat geometric sans. I hear the word vernacular thrown around too much and too loosley. If a typeface is based in the vernacular, based on hand-painted or hand-crafted signage, then it should be based on the movements of the hand, retain that warmth and not on a pretty geometric model. For me, clean, geometric and precise doesn’t have to be cold and expressionless.

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EquipExtended Light by #Hoftype #FreeFonts #typography

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EquipExtended Light by #Hoftype #FreeFonts #typography

EquipExtended is the next complement for the Equip family and with its 16 fonts together withEquipCondensed, it extends the family to 48 styles. While developed from the same basic shape as the rest of the Equip family, it has its own particular friendly and warm appearance. With its wide and open proportions, EquipExtended makes a grand entrance for your headlines, subheads and even for the body of text. Try it out, the light style is free.

EquipExtended is very well suited for ambitious typography.
The EquipExtended family comes in OpenType format with extended language support. All weights contain semi-ligatures (design optimized single characters), proportional lining figures, tabular lining figures, proportional old style figures, lining old style figures, matching currency symbols, fraction- and scientific numerals and arrows.

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Aldin by Ryan Lyse & Dathan Boardman #FreeFonts

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Aldin by Ryan Lyse & Dathan Boardman #FreeFonts

 

Aldin is a stylish and modern typeface based on geometric forms. It is best suited for headlines and subheads but can also work in short paragraphs. Its character makes it a good choice for magazines, advertisements, packaging or logotypes for the fashion or tech industries—particularly the thinner weights. Thicker weights also allow the option for more contrast among elements.

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