With the space-saving American Gothic fonts as a model, designer Erik Faulhaber created the Generis Sans in 2006. He also designed matching Antiqua, serif and sans serif versions. With these four families – Generis Sans, Serif, Slab and Simple – the designer had created a clear, functional and modern font system.
Equipped with small caps, old-style figures and true italics, Generis Sans is likewise suited to print and screen applications. With its harmonious, legible and somewhat restrained design, the font is versatile. The font families and styles can be combined.
For the next 24 hours, the six basic styles of Generis Sans – Light, Light Italic, Regular, Regular Italic, Bold and Bold Italic – are available in OpenType standard format for only 49 USD/EUR*.
The number of available selections at this price is limited to 399 units.
Don’t miss out on this one-time offer for Generis Sans. Get your copy now.
* Gross price 58,31 USD/EUR including German sales tax.
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