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Quiche Sans

By Adam Ladd

Adam Ladd
Adam Ladd
Quiche Sans is a high-contrast, sans serif typeface with monoline stroke endings, angled stems, and geometric proportions. A sibling to the Quiche family, with the ball terminal endings removed. With weights ranging from thin to black and matching italics, there are a variety of applications that the fonts can be used for: print, web, branding, advertising, magazines, products, packaging, labels, etc. The design is influenced by the serif didone genre, characterized by its elegance and extreme thick/thins, but it removes the serifs for a unique and modern expression and tapers out the stroke endings for a sophisticated monoline appearance. Quiche Sans has many OpenType features, including: • Multiple stylistic alternates • Swash capitals • Ligatures • Fractions, subscripts, and superscripts This font has extensive Latin language support for Western, Central, and South Eastern European.
Sans Serif