Berlin Sans

Category: Fonts, Date: 18-01-2015, 00:05, Views: 459

 

Berlin Sans is based on a brilliant alphabet from the late twenties, originally released by Bauer with the name Negro, the very first sans that Lucian Bernhard ever designed.
Assisted by Matthew Butterick, David Berlow expanded this single font into a series of four weights, all complete with expert character sets, plus a dingbat font.
Imaginative and little-known, it promises enticing opportunities to the imaginative typographer.
Among other uses, Berlin Sans is recommended for Magazine use.

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