Extreme Sans font family


Designed by Alex Kaczun in 1997

About Extreme Sans font family

The inspiration for 'Extreme Sans' came from the rounded alpha numerics which appear on license plates. I always hated the mono-width proportions and tabular look of these letters, but I liked the overall compact letter form and rounded edges. I felt I could improve on the generic motor vehicles' cookie-cutter approach. It was an ambitious project which spanned a couple of years. But, it was definitely worth the effort. Behold, 'Extreme Sans' is the new 'Helvetica' of the 21st century. This enormous family of fonts can solve any typographic need. And the best part, it's easy on the eyes. And better still, no sharp edges to cut yourself.

Extreme Sans

Extreme Sans

16 Typefaces

world-map Std map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

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