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http://dotcolon.net/

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Aileron UltraLight free font

Aileron UltraLight | 338 Glyphs

Aileron UltraLight Italic free font

Aileron UltraLight Italic | 340 Glyphs

Aileron Thin free font

Aileron Thin | 338 Glyphs

Aileron Thin Italic free font

Aileron Thin Italic | 340 Glyphs

Aileron Light free font

Aileron Light | 338 Glyphs

Aileron Light Italic free font

Aileron Light Italic | 340 Glyphs

Aileron Regular free font

Aileron Regular | 338 Glyphs

Aileron Italic free font

Aileron Italic | 340 Glyphs

Aileron SemiBold free font

Aileron SemiBold | 338 Glyphs

Aileron SemiBold Italic free font

Aileron SemiBold Italic | 340 Glyphs

Aileron Bold free font

Aileron Bold | 338 Glyphs

Aileron Bold Italic free font

Aileron Bold Italic | 340 Glyphs

Aileron Heavy free font

Aileron Heavy | 338 Glyphs

Aileron Heavy Italic free font

Aileron Heavy Italic | 340 Glyphs

Aileron Black free font

Aileron Black | 338 Glyphs

Aileron Black Italic free font

Aileron Black Italic | 340 Glyphs

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Font Information

Aileron is a sans serif font which adds my own interpretation with reference to a typeface classified as Neo-Grotesque including Helvetica.

In order to make it easy to distinguish it from the capital letter “I”, we made the letter of the lower case letter “l” curved at the end portion as a slight adjustment for the text for the text.

In addition, the dot part of, such as “i” and “j” or period in a circle, the curved portion clothoid curve By performing the process was conscious, was to get an overall soft impression. It is close to Helvetica in terms of design, but rather conceptually it is closer to Univers.

Also, italic type is prepared for the first time as a Dot Colon font. Although the basic is a mechanical inclination, vision correction was applied so as not to feel uncomfortable.

Utilizing multiple masters, weights are prepared in eight levels from UltraLight to Black. I think that you can use it in a wide scene.

Downloads:36,922
Uploaded on:January 30, 2017
Designed by:dot colon
Classification: Sans Serif
Tags:Paragraph, Sans, Geometric
Heritage:

http://dotcolon.net/

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