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The version of this was launched in July 2009, let’s start a new adventure here.

Angie Sans font.by/angiesans is a low contrast incised sans serif sharing some similarities with Optima by Hermann Zapf and Pascal by José Mendoza, both created at the end of the 50’s. The later, feature an italic not published by the initial foundry who launched Pascal. Angie Sans follow same path with its italic based on Chancery forms from the Renaissance, narrower than the roman shapes.

Aiglon will features two g. By default it will be the one on the left. Are you ok with that? Not sure how many styles planed on the family, how many widths… but enough from condensed to extended, from thin to extra bold.
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When people keep going to explain that Gill Sans looks English because of his “true” English letterforms… Suddenly in Pompeii, set in Italian, it doesn’t looks so English anymore. 😉 Just nice Roman proportions, nothing else.

The version of this was launched in July 2009, let’s start a new adventure here.

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