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HumanexPublisher: Sébastien Truchet
Humanex was published by Sébastien Truchet. Humanex includes 6 designs and household package choices. p > Humanex is the very first text typeface of Sébastien Truchet. He created it throughout the year of postgraduation 'Systèmes graphiques, typographique & & language' in Amiens. The start phases of the font advancement involved calligraphic research based upon humanistic ductus.

Sébastien's goal was to introduce modules in a lineal structure. Downstrokes and upstrokes are homogeneous. Hyperlinks between stem and curve are directly. It provides solidity and thickness to the typographical composition. The very first variation was a Semi Vibrant version and its italic. This typeface provided a blackest text. You can see the first display screen typeface, Humanex Ultralight. Sébastien kept the Semibold structure in order to make a thin typeface. Its objective is to provide assistance to the Semibold version. It is an excellent typeface in big sizes. In order to include a much better legibility, Sébastien built a Book variation to have a brightest grey of text. The reading is more comfy.

Font Family:
· Humanex UltraLight
· Humanex UltraLight Italic
· Humanex Book
· Humanex Book Italic
· Humanex SemiBold
· Humanex SemiBold Italic

Tags: humanist, m-formula, sans-serif, squarish, true italics

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