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Klaster Sans

By Kobuzan

Maksym Kobuzan

Klaster Sans is a massive geometric sans-serif typeface inspired by the first German geometric fonts. In particular, their clear, but rough forms and not perfect curves. As well as minimal optical compensators. Due to all this, the letters look weighty and powerful.

Klaster Sans has 14 styles. From neat thin to extremely heavy. And it's all in italics. Or one variable font with two adjustment axes.

All styles include an extended set of Latin characters and basic Cyrillic. It has support for 210 languages. Also contains stylistic alternatives, case-sensitive forms, arrows, fractions, tabular figures, circled figures and other.


– Total glyph set: 657 glyphs;

– 14 styles (7 weights x italic) + variable;

– Support 210+ languages;

– Latin Extended;

– Cyrillic Basic;

OpenType features:

– Uppercase, lowercase;

– Proportional, circled, tabular numerals, superiors, inferiors, fractions;

– Punctuations and symbols;

– Arrows;

– Stylistic sets (ss01);

– Ligatures;

– Case-sensitive forms.