Liga Sans™ font family

Designed by Alexander Dosiehn in 2001

About Liga Sans™ font family

The German designer Alexander Dosiehn developed the Liga Sans type family as part of his graduate thesis at the Fachhochschule Düsseldorf in 2001. Liga Sans is a sans serif typeface that acts as a bridge between classical modern styles. Traces of pen forms and brush strokes can be seen mixed together with the most legible elements from grotesk-style faces in the alphabet's letterforms. These features work together to create a style that works very in many sizes, including smaller ones! Liga Sans is an original, lively addition to the porfolio from Linotype suitable for text, magazines, and corporate identity work. The family contains four weights in OpenType format: regular, bold, heavy, and black. Both old style and lining figures are featured.
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Font Designer: Alexander Dosiehn

Liga Sans™

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Liga Sans

1 Value Pack

world-map map

Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

From US$ 126
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