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    Source Sans Pro #free

    These geometric numbers are used on runways due to their unmistakable shapes and their ability to be easily drawn. Image: Transport Canada

    Clear Sans 1.0, by Intel's Open Source Technology Center

    Post Grotesk by Josh Finklea. Gotta check this out more in detail.


    Hepworth developed by A Practice for Everyday Life

    "Corporate Design for the art museum in St. Gallen, Switzerland, making use of Johnston and Flex for all their publications and exhibitions."

    ZXX - a font about surveillance


    Bebas Neue

    St Marie

    Josefin Slab Thin


    Montserrat, by Julieta Ulanovsky. Based on signage in Buenos Aires.

    1930's Futura specimen booklet by the Herb Lubalin Study Center

    "This is Gandhi Sans, the sans-serif companion to Gandhi Serif, both designed by Tipografía Gandhi. It’s a humanist sans-serif in principle, but with a serif feel to it. You can tell that the sans-serif has been built on the serif skeleton."—These fonts are excellent.

    "Say hello to Karla, a sans-serif of the grotesque variety, by Jonathan Pinhorn."

    LICHT PUNT TYPEFACE ~ Alexandra Mendes

    Cassannet, a free/donation-based font based on the style of lettering seen on Cassandre posters.


    CrickX - "During about fifty years these craft lettres have spread across the windows of shopping streets, more and more, and after the closure of the shop in the early noughties, they seem to still hold their own to the assaults of vector vinyl cutting technology."

    Reglo, by Open Source Publishing Foundry

    Sans Guilt

    OSP DIN, "As the Centre Pompidou graphic chart is very restrictive, we had to use the DIN font. But impossible to use the FF DIN from fontshop, licensed. So we encoded the first cut of the open source DIN, from drawing of 1932 we get in Berlin in our previous adventures. Only capitals yet, but work is in progress."

    Daniel Clowes: “The only valuable class I took in art school was from a guy who taught display lettering which was literally like sign painting. Everybody else was like, ‘Aww man, I can’t believe I have to take this cornball class,’ where I was front and center every week. Still to this day I use everything I learned in that class.” Clowes created this font for the movie Art School Confidential.