Original Sans Font Family
Bold and brash, Original Sans is a characterful family based on Vincent Figgins’ first ever sans serifs, which appeared between 1828 and 1832. Cut in capital-only form, they immediately found favour across Britain with their distinctive and often-geometric forms. Paul Barnes and Christian Schwartz have brought them back to life with two different styles: the bold and characterful Original Sans Three, and the heavier, more refined and geometric Original Sans Four. By studying Figgins’ famed slab serifs, they created satisfying, authentic lowercases that seamlessly fit with the capitals and added simple italics, making the family an excellent choice for graphic designers in search of real character. The faces, like the originals, are suited for use in larger sizes, and a perfect match for many other faces in the in the Classics and Commercial Type libraries.
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