Palatino® Sans font family

Designed by  Hermann Zapf in 2006
Akira Kobayashi in 2006

Palatino Sans

Palatino Sans Alphabets

Palatino Sans shows in its alphabets an interpretation of a type different from all the traditional sans serif faces of monotone strokes that are done with a ruler. Notice how the letters of Palatino Sans have elegant curved outlines, not as uniform and without sharp edges, to convey a more soft expression. The details of the stems can be seen especially in large sizes. Typical for all the Palatino alphabets are the open letter ‘P’, and the curved lower-case ‘l’ for a clear distinction within words like ‘Illinois’.

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Online publication

Available is an online brochure on Palatino Sans that you can read directly from your screen.