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1. Avenir Next Cyrillic

Avenir Next Cyrillic font download

Adrian Frutiger designed Avenir in 1988, after years of having an interest in sans serif typefaces. In an interview with Linotype, he said he felt an obligation to design a linear sans in the tradition of Erbar and Futura, but to also make use of the experience and stylistic developments of the twentieth century. Details »

2. Univers Next W1G

Univers Next W1G font download

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3. Myriad Pro

Myriad Pro font download

Myriad® was designed in 1992 by Robert Slimbach, Carol Twombly, and the design staff at Adobe Systems. It's a humanist sans serif typeface, meaning that the forms are primarily based on classic romans, much like conventional or classic serifed fonts but without the serifs. Details »

4. Neo Sans

Neo Sans font download

The branding agency's client wanted an "ultra modern" typeface that was "futuristic without being gimmicky or ephemeral," according to the design brief. Designer Sebastian Lester took on this intriguing custom font assignment, but soon, a bureaucratic decision cancelled the project. Details »

5. Ford's Folly

Ford

Ford's Folly™ is a lively yet sophisticated handwriting font designed by Ascender's Jim Ford. The Ford's Folly font captures the look and spirit of the designer's handwriting using a using a Sharpie™ Extra Fine felt pen. Details »

6. Sabon

Sabon font download

Jan Tschichold, Sabon's creator, based his design on a version of Garamond designed by Jakob Sabon and Conrad Berner. Sabon was the first typeface of the foundry D. Details »

7. Minion Pro

Minion Pro font download

In designing Minion font, Robert Slimbach was inspired by the timeless beauty of the fonts of the late Renaissance. Minion was created primarily as a traditional text font but adapts well to today's digital technology, presenting the richness of the late baroque forms within modern text formats. Details »

8. Trade Gothic

Trade Gothic font download

The first cuts of Trade Gothic were designed by Jackson Burke in 1948. It displays no unifying form structure but this dissonance within the family is today part of the trend toward types which are, or seem to be, hand worked. Details »