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The Asterisk Sans Pro font family, a humanistic sans serif with a unique touch.
Dave Rowland, a British type designer and founder of foundry Schizotype has created the Asterisk Sans Pro font family. His aim was to develop a distinctive typeface that stands out from the crowd of humanistic sans serifs. Named after his favorite glyph to make, Asterisk Sans Pro is a versatile font family that can be used for a variety of applications. Due to its plenty of Open Type features and multi language support, the family is a great choice for advanced typographic needs. The contemporary look is peppered with many specific details to give this font its unique character. Asterisk Sans Pro comes with 8 weights ranging from Ultra Light to Black plus matching Italics for each weight. The light and bold versions can be a great choice for headlines, while the middle weights are perfectly suited for texts. Read more about the type family below the first image or click on the following link.
Asterisk Sans Pro supports Latin, Greek and also Cyrillic letters with localized forms for Bulgarian, Serbian and Macedonian peculiarities. The OpenType features include a wide range of stylistic sets to give your typographic work a more unique touch. No matter what you want to do, more italic forms in the uprights or more Roman italics – just go for it!
The full list of OpenType features includes small caps, fractions, alternate letters, superscript, scientific inferiors, ordinals, oldstyle figures, localized forms, case sensitive forms, tabular figures, etc. The possibilities seem endless with all these features!
The Asterisk Sans Pro font family is a great choice for everything from branding to editorial work. You can get it on MyFonts as webfont and desktop typeface, just follow the link below.