Handel Slab font family


Designed by Don Handel in 1965
Ralph M. Unger in 2009

About Handel Slab font family

Handel Slab, designed by Ralph M. Unger, is a new offering which ideally enhances and extends the existing Handel Gothic family. Even so, Handel Slab can very well be used on its own. Obviously, Handel Slab is closely based on Handel Gothic, which was designed by Don Mandel in the mid 1960s and which has been popular and successful amongst users from day one. Even today, it is a futuristic sans serif, and it is used for a wide range of typographic tasks, for example in computer games. Handel Slab provides a perfect enhancement to Handel Gothic, and the combination of both families offers more flexibility to designers and typographers.

Handel Slab

Desktop fonts

2 Value Packs

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

Handel Gothic and Slab Volume (12 Typefaces)
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Handel Slab Volume (6 Typefaces)
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