Really Sans

VERSION No. 1.042

LM ReallySans Scribble Mobile

Designers like to use sans serifs at large sizes. Designers also like to use sans serifs at small sizes. We made you a type family that does both; we call it Really Sans.

Large & Small Optical Sizes

9 Large Weights

5 Small Weights

Matching Italics

28 Total Styles

Stylistic Alternates

Case Punctuation

Lining & Old Style Figures

Tabular Figures

Math & Currency

Dynamic Fractions

Circled Figures

Directional Arrows

Supports 200+ Languages

Overview

Roman

HairlineLightRegularSemiBoldBoldBlackExtra BlackUltra

Italic

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Really Sans Large
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Heliocentrically
Großtechnisch
Bumbershoot
Radiochemist
Volcanization
Futuristically
Magnesium
Workbench
Overdrives
Robotizing
Strummers
Jacksonville
Microscopes
Geographers
Quarterspace
Peacekeepers
Crystallizations
Microprojector
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Organizing
Newsagencies
Really Sans Large
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ALPHABETIZING
ENCYKLOPÉDIA
STREAMLINERS
POLYCHROME
SKYSCRAPERS
WAYZGOOSE
OUTWEIGHS
PHOTOFILM
MEZZANINE
PACKAGING
WATCHMAN
REEDMAKER
METROPOLIS
FREIGHTLINER
BIORHYTHMIC
SUBUNIVERSAL
ENCOUNTERED
LEXICOGRAPHE
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in comparison to the traditional typefaces
that would be useful to modern users of
a license, you can use the fonts in logos
in a broad set of uses all the way from
of the ‘regular’ style to provide that
in comparison to the traditional typefaces
that would be useful to modern users of
a license, you can use the fonts in logos
in a broad set of uses all the way from
of the ‘regular’ style to provide that
Really Sans Small
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REPRODUCED AT A LARGE POINT SIZE ON A SIGN
AN OPPORTUNITY TO DESIGN NEW TYPEFACES
SPECIFIC SETTING OF TYPE WAS MOST OFTEN
FUTURE-PROOF THIS TYPEFACE AS BEST AS I
PUT DOWN HIS BEST IDEAS IN BOOK FORM
APPLICATIONS ARE SET IN ONE OF A SMALL
TO FEEL MORE TEXTURALLY SIMILAR TO THE
THE CHOICE TO OPEN UP THE TERMINATIONS
THE FONTS IN A TYPEFACE WERE DESIGNED TO
AND THEIR BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED LOCATION IN
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There are two versions of Really Sans, meant to be used at different point sizes. They are drawn differently in very purposeful ways.

There are two versions of Really Sans, meant to be used at different point sizes. They are drawn differently in very purposeful ways.

Really Sans Small has a lower x-height, designed specifically for running text and small point sizes. Really Sans Large, in comparison, has a larger x-height that provides a charming and eye-catching tone.

Really Sans Small has a lower x-height, designed specifically for running text and small point sizes. Really Sans Large, in comparison, has a larger x-height that provides a charming and eye-catching tone.

The space between letters in Really Sans Small has been set specifically for running text and small point sizes. In comparison, Really Sans Large has much tighter spacing, suited well to headlines and large point sizes.

The space between letters in Really Sans Small has been set specifically for running text and small point sizes. In comparison, Really Sans Large has much tighter spacing, suited well to headlines and large point sizes.

Really Sans has ‘open terminations’ that are cut vertically.

Really Sans has ‘open terminations’ that are cut vertically.

These open terminations let the negative shapes breathe, which helps with legibility at smaller sizes.

These open terminations let the negative shapes breathe, which helps with legibility at smaller sizes.

Really Sans uses round dots on the ‘i’ and ‘j’. Some people say this is more friendly than the square ones. What do you think?

Really Sans uses round dots on the ‘i’ and ‘j’. Some people say this is more friendly than the square ones. What do you think?

Really Sans was made with mobile app interfaces in mind, amongst other uses. Try using it on buttons and labels!

Really Sans was made with mobile app interfaces in mind, amongst other uses. Try using it on buttons and labels!

Really Sans has proportional figures (that vary in width as necessary), and tabular figures (which are all the same width). The tabular ’1’ gains a serif to help fill the space.

Really Sans has proportional figures (that vary in width as necessary), and tabular figures (which are all the same width). The tabular ’1’ gains a serif to help fill the space.

Really Sans Large is more geometric than Really Sans Small. For instance, the ‘o’ is a round shape, and it is simply more round in Really Sans Large.

Really Sans Large is more geometric than Really Sans Small. For instance, the ‘o’ is a round shape, and it is simply more round in Really Sans Large.

As the fonts get bolder, some glyphs change in construction. For instance, when the ‘bar’ of the dollar sign would ‘clog up’ the glyph, parts of the bar are omitted to allow the glyph to breathe.

As the fonts get bolder, some glyphs change in construction. For instance, when the ‘bar’ of the dollar sign would ‘clog up’ the glyph, parts of the bar are omitted to allow the glyph to breathe.

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Features

Large & Small Optical Sizes

Alternate Lowercase "a"

Alternate Ampersand

Decorative Quotes

Circled Figures

Oldstyle & Lining Figures

Tabular Figures & Math

Case Punctuation

Alternate Punctuation Style

Directional Arrows

Dynamic Fractions

Roman & Italic Styles

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Meet your new favorite sans serif.

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