The first sans serif types were made in London in the early 19th century. They were severely modern, all caps and bold.
Walburn is an adaptation of a typeface by Erich Walbaum, c.1800. It was originally suggested as a headline face by newspaper designer Tony Sutton, and subsequently developed for Canada’s national paper, The Globe and Mail. It has narrow serifs and sidebearings, for a tight fit; and a finely-detailed, stylized finish to add visual interest.
Modernist sans serif with a “big” look and lots of weights. Compact, elegant and strong, Sense commands any kind of page -- from the largest headline to the smallest text.