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Proda Sans

Proda Sans

by Nasir Udin
Individual Styles from $0.00
Complete family of 6 fonts: $80.80
Proda Sans Font Family was designed by Nasir Udin and published by Nasir Udin. Proda Sans contains 13 styles and family package options.

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About Proda Sans Font Family


Meet Proda Sans, a humanist typeface with geometric construction inspired by the humanist-style sans serif faces that were popular in the mid 20th-century. Its calligraphic influenced letterforms have been adjusted to have geometric’s low-stroke-contrast for better legibility. The medium x-height give it a warm and delicate appearance, and keep your page bright.

It's a family of nine weights plus matching italics. The thin and the black weights are great for display purposes. The light, book and regular weights are well suited for longer paragraphs and smaller texts.​​​​​​​

Proda Sans is developed for advanced typography needs. The OpenType fonts have an extended character set to support 200+ latin-based languages. For full presentation please visit my Behance post.

Designers: Nasir Udin

Publisher: Nasir Udin

Foundry: Nasir Udin

Design Owner: Nasir Udin

MyFonts debut: Jul 18, 2020

Proda Sans

About Nasir Udin

Nasir Udin is a type designer based in Yogyakarta. Before he got into type design, he had designed travel posters under the Vectro label. His illustrative style is an impression of similar posters from the mid 20th century. As a designer, he enjoy looking to both the past and the future for inspiration. That's why he love to blend a retro style with a futuristic concept. He started type design on 2016 as his side project, before he take it seriously. And now, since his wife join in the project, they merged two character as one, just like a ligature. They used to work from coffee shop here in Yogyakarta. They can spend about most of their working-time in there.You can follow @studio.nasir on Instagram, he loves to capture a lettering on old buildings (Dutch, Chinese, Arabic, blend with the local Javanese).