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Tamba Sans

Tamba Sans by Dharma Type
Individual Styles from $19.99
Complete family of 14 fonts: $139.99
Tamba Sans Font Family was designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa and published by Dharma Type. Tamba Sans contains 14 styles and family package options. More about this family

About Tamba Sans Font Family

Tamba Sans has strong geometric frames. Somewhat condensed and somewhat squarish letterforms can create a powerful atmosphere. At the same time, the very clear, neutral and distinguishable letterforms make it legible and readable. With the spread of the internet, the digital world is overflowing with “designed” stuff. To survive this chaotic world as a designer, you should use a strong typeface to catch the eyes of an unspecified large number of visitors/customers. This is why it is so important to be strong and powerful. One more important thing is the legibility, but the eye-catching design has a tendency to be unusual. Those two things conflict with each other. Tamba Sans solved this problem with an exquisite balance. Tamba Sans consists of 7 weights and their matching Italics for a wide range of usages. Farther, Tamba Sans is supporting international Latin languages and basic Cyrillic languages including Basic Latin, Western Europe, Central and South-Eastern Europe. Also CSS covers Mac Roman, Windows1252, Adobe1 to 3. This wide range of international characters expands the capability of your works.

Designers: Ryoichi Tsunekawa

Publisher: Dharma Type

Foundry: Dharma Type

Design Owner: Dharma Type

MyFonts debut: Dec 14, 2019

Tamba Sans

About Dharma Type

Dharma Type is a project to offer exclusive fonts designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa for all designers in the world started in 2005.The design style is wide-ranging from retro and classic to experimental and futuristic, from formal to informal, because the direction of the project is to fill the small niche of design demand.So far, Dharma Type released about a hundred of Latin typefaces including Bebas Neue (free open sourced font), and many of their fonts have been featured in various publications and used in multiple media such as movie titles(e.g., La la land), brand logos, and posters.Ryoichi Tsunekawa (born in 1978) is the director and type designer of Dharma Type established in 2005 in Japan. He studied architecture and engineering at the Nagoya University. Since his college days, he took an interest in fonts, especially the relations between typeface design and historical design trends such as De Stijl, Arts and Craft, ArtDeco, Modernism, and Bauhaus.After graduating with an MA, He worked in Tokyo as an Architectural engineer (designing structural frames, analysis the bearing force…) for several years. After that, after a lag period of a freelance graphic designer to be more exact, he established his own type foundry Dharma Type.