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Acrom by The Northern Block.

Acrom is a geometric sans serif typeface with a minimal stroke contrast. It was designed with a modern, contemporary context in mind. Acrom is not merely mechanical, it can also be recognised as a natural typeface with subtle geometric aesthetics. The humanist quality of the font aid’s legibility across both text and display work. Acrom’s main characteristics lie in the injection of stylistic forms which enhance it’s individuality without overpowering the fonts functional purpose and integrity. The font can be tamed utilising the set of alternative characters available within the typeface. Details include 500 characters, manually edited kerning and Opentype features.

Get it here: http://myfonts.us/SCJ2gb

ぁーえー感じよね。
細みのフォントもビビットなカラーも素敵やん!


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I recently noticed that Nauman a clean and modern typeface is 90% off. 

That means $3.40 for a super professional and high quality typefaces. It’s a really bang for the buck: http://myfonts.us/BX29Cz

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Nauman by Jonathan Hill.

A modern humanist sans serif made for the screen. Broad open letter forms are combined with precise geometry to create a functional and legible font that’s ideally suited to the web and on-screen applications. To reinforce readability and create more distinction at small point sizes serif like details have been drawn into uppercase ‘I’, ‘J’ and lowercase ‘i’ and ‘j’. Other characters of distinction include a serifed number 1 and a crossed out zero. Nauman is a highly legible font family aimed at large interface based projects. Details include over 800 characters with alternative lowercase a, e, I and M. 7 variations of numerals, true small caps with accents, manually edited kerning and Opentype features.

Download now:http://myfonts.us/BX29Cz

いいね、この文字の細さと少し薄い黒の色とが最高!


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