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The Brix Sans font family, a sans serif typeface from HVD Fonts.
Brix Sans is the new companion to HVD Fonts‘ well-known Brix Slab family. The two German type designers Hannes von Döhren and Livius Dietzel worked about two years to develop and complete the Brix Sans font family. Their goal was to create a sans serif family that can be used alone or in combination with its buddy Brix Slab. Brix Sans provides a clean typeface following the rules of the “Sans-Serif” genre. The complete family consists of 12 fonts including 6 weights plus matching italics. Brix Sans can be used for corporate design as well as editorial design projects. The clean graphic shapes in combination with a well-balanced kerning ensure great legibility.
The family is also equipped with lots of OpenType features such as small caps, five different variations of numerals, and arrows. In addition, the extended character set supports Central and Eastern European as well as Western European languages.