Arpona Sans, a contemporary sans serif font family inspired by the creative work of Edward Johnston and Eric Gill for London Underground.

German graphic and typeface designer Felix Braden just released his latest font family, Arpona Sans—the sans-serif companion of the popular Arpona typeface. Arpona Sans draws inspiration from the creative work of Edward Johnston and Eric Gill for London Underground. The font family masterfully combines the modern esthetics and proportions of geometric sans fonts with the friendly feel of humanist typefaces.

Whether printed or on screen, Arpona Sans is well suited for a wide range of work including editorial design, branding, app design and web design, etc. The font family consists of nine weights ranging from Thin to Black plus matching italics for each weight. Just click on the following link to learn more about all features. Please note, you currently purchase the complete Arpona Sans font family as an introductory offer with a discount of 60% (only for a limited time).

Arpona Sans Font Family by Felix Braden
Arpona Sans: some examples of use.
Arpona Sans Font Family by Felix Braden
Early sketches of the typeface.
Arpona Sans Font Family by Felix Braden
The complete bold character set.
Arpona Sans Font Family by Felix Braden
All weights of the font family.
Arpona Sans Font Family by Felix Braden
Some text samples.
Arpona Sans Font Family by Felix Braden
The typeface is also well suited for screen designs.

We recommend you to have a look at our Fonts category to find more trending typefaces.

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