Name Sans Collection

AT Name Sans Variable

Hairline ExtraThin Thin ExtraLight Light Regular Medium SemiBold Bold ExtraBold Black Ultra Hairline Italic ExtraThin Italic Thin Italic ExtraLight Italic Light Italic Regular Italic Medium Italic SemiBold Italic Bold Italic ExtraBold Italic Black Italic Ultra Italic

AT Name Sans Display

Hairline Hairline Italic ExtraThin ExtraThin Italic Thin Thin Italic ExtraLight ExtraLight Italic Light Light Italic Regular Italic Medium Medium Italic SemiBold SemiBold Italic Bold Bold Italic ExtraBold ExtraBold Italic Black Black Italic Ultra Ultra Italic

AT Name Sans Standard

Hairline Hairline Italic ExtraThin ExtraThin Italic Thin Thin Italic ExtraLight ExtraLight Italic Light Light Italic Regular Italic Medium Medium Italic SemiBold SemiBold Italic Bold Bold Italic ExtraBold ExtraBold Italic Black Black Italic Ultra Ultra Italic

AT Name Sans Text

Hairline Hairline Italic ExtraThin ExtraThin Italic Thin Thin Italic ExtraLight ExtraLight Italic Light Light Italic Regular Italic Medium Medium Italic SemiBold SemiBold Italic Bold Bold Italic ExtraBold ExtraBold Italic Black Black Italic Ultra Ultra Italic
A modern interpretation of the tile mosaic name tablets of the New York City subway. The architects and craftworkers who designed & laid these tiles used a letter construction that was part geometric and part grotesque, with typographic optical corrections often either exaggerated or totally missing. Name Sans interprets these ideas into an extensive type system that is at once anonymous and full of personality, useful for everything from branding to wayfinding to digital interfaces. Name Sans began as a series of sketches in notebooks, drawn during daily commutes in New York, and was subsequently formalized into a typeface over the course of about 4 years. The original mosaic letterforms vary from station to station, but this project harmonizes the sometimes divergent ideas into a useful, extensive type system.

Read more: The Story of Name Sans →

--- ### Stylistic Range Optical Size: 12pt–72pt(+)\ Weight: 1–1000\ Upright–Italic ### Basic Info For Branding, UI, Wayfinding, & More\ Fonts: 1 Variable / 72 Static\ Version 1.0 🎉 ### Language Support Extended Latin character set, supporting 300+ languages across Europe, the Americas and Vietnam

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