The term "sans serif" is derived from French and means "without serifs". Some examples of sans serif types are Helvetica, Frutiger, Optima and Futura. For more detailed information about this topic, please take a look at our Font Feature The Sans Serif Typefaces
Note: this page contains just a few of our personal favorite sans serif fonts. Use our keyword search for ’Sans Serif’
to find many more sans serif fonts in the Linotype Library.
This is the Linotype Expert Choice:
| Fresh, modern
Our selection includes the most well-known and aesthetic sans serif fonts, those you have surely seen in newspapers, magazines and books. We also introduce you to a number of sans serif fonts that are relative newcomers but can hold their own with the classics.