Take a look at Glance Sans, a strong-willed sans-serif font family with some charming characteristics.
Designed by Moritz Kleinsorge of foundry Identity Letters, Glance Sans is a super-stylish sans-serif font family that offers some unique characteristics. The German type designer has created this typeface as an urban companion to Glance Slab.
To be honest, this unique typeface is one of the most refreshing sans-serif designs we’ve seen in a while. The Glance Sans font family is clearly in line with the characteristic design principles of Glance Slab. For instance: some strokes are not connected to their stems. These clearly visible gaps create a unique and dynamic interaction between balance and movement. Nevertheless, due to the lack of detached serifs, Glance Sans offers a bit more of a calmer appearance.
The Glance Sans font family comes with seven weights plus matching italics for each weight resulting in a total of fourteen fonts. With a character set of more than 600 glyphs, Glance Sans is also equipped with six sets of figures, circled numbers, circled arrows, and plenty of currency symbols in two stylistic versions. We recommend this typeface for industrial and high-tech branding projects as well as wayfinding systems in contemporary or modernist architecture. Just click on one of the following links to learn more about this unique font family.
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