Karmina Sans

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Credits

Designer(s)
Veronika Burian, José Scaglione
Foundry(ies)
TypeTogether
Release Year
2009
Country of Origin
Czech Republic
Classification
Sans Serif, Humanist Sans
Original Format
Digital
Distributor(s)
TypeTogether, MyFonts, FontShop
Tags
book, corporate, legible, sans serif, text

Background

Karmina Sans follows the steps of its successful award winner cousin, Karmina Serif. It shares the same technical excellence and it achieves similar stylistic features, but the new sans serif version proposes a much more versatile tool for editorial designers.
Karmina Sans has six different weights with their matching italics, from light to heavy and from continuous text to headlines to small text. The heavy weight delivers one of the darkest and most powerful impressions out there while the text weights are perfect companions for Karmina Serif.

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Listing Info

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Last edited by Indra Kupferschmid on May 3, 2010, 01:53pm EST

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