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Arlonne Sans Pro

Arlonne Sans Pro

by Sacha Rein
Individual Styles from $38.40
Complete family of 8 fonts: $184.38
Arlonne Sans Pro Font Family was designed by Sacha Rein and published by Sacha Rein. Arlonne Sans Pro contains 8 styles and family package options.

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About Arlonne Sans Pro Font Family

Arlonne Sans Pro was conceived by Sacha Rein between 2015 and 2019 with a comfortable reading experience in mind. It's a humanist sans with neoclassical influences. Arlonne is a comprehensive font family with four weights and matching italics. It has a character set of about 1800 glyphs, including extended latin, small capitals, Cyrillic (with Bulgarian, Serbian, Macedonian and Ukrainian) and Greek (with Archaic and Polytonic), math symbols, figure styles and automatic fractions, ligatures, stylistic alternates and many more OpenType features. The goal was to achieve simplicity without sacrificing personality. The generous x-height and the contrast of strokes are increasing as the font gets bolder, resulting in relatively open counters even at the heaviest weight. This makes the font especially suitable for body text, even though the carefully designed characters work well for display purposes. The name Arlonne is derived from the small city of Arlon, a Walloon municipality of Belgium located in and capital of the province of Luxembourg. Spacing and kerning have been taken care of by Igino Marini's amazing iKern service.

Designers: Sacha Rein

Publisher: Sacha Rein

Foundry: Sacha Rein

Design Owner: Sacha Rein

MyFonts debut: Jun 18, 2019

Arlonne Sans Pro

About Sacha Rein

Sacha Rein is a multidisciplinary type and graphic designer from Luxembourg. Creating bespoke typefaces and branding for international clients for the past 20+ years. Enjoying minimal logos, sophisticated bezier curves and bringing order into chaos.