What is the Column Sans font?
Column Sans, talking about space efficiency. The character set that condensed can maximize the use of limited space without losing good legibility aspects. The typeface is very appropriate to be used as a text in a small column widths, display text, caption, title, author credit on the film, etc.
Column Sans is available in OpenType format in the three weights Light, Regular, and Bold, whereby there are corresponding italics for all variants. In the same narrow italic versions, the “a” has a closed form while the “f” has a descender. More…
Besides of standard ligature, this typeface is also equipped with some additional ligature and deligature like “fr”, “tt”, “cb”, “ch”, “ck” and so on as well as three “stylistic ligature”: “the”, “Mr” and “Mrs”.
Please find more information about the OpenType Manual of this typeface on the gallery page (pdf) if possible.
Column Sans Font families
The Column Sans includes the following font families:
- Column Sans Light
- Column Sans Light Italic
- Column Sans
- Column Sans Italic
- Column Sans Bold
- Column Sans Bold Italic
Column Sans Preview
Here is a preview of how Column Sans will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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