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Typefaces in which the strokes are not terminated with serifs.


Grotesk (9)

The first sans-serif designs developed in the 19th century, and considered grotesque by the English.

Geometric (15)

Sans-serif typefaces influenced by the Bauhaus movement and featuring circular or geometric letters, with little variation in stroke thickness.

Neo-Grotesk (10)

A more graceful development of the earlier Grotesque sans-serif designs, especially by the Swiss.

Humanist (12)

Sans-serif typefaces with oval shapes and variations in stroke thickness to create a more graceful, human appearance.

Most Popular 

The most popular subcategories of Sans-serif.

Sans Serif-Neo Grotesk