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Humanist 521 Font

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Humanist 521Designers: Isabella Chaeva, Tagir Safayev, Vladimir Yefimov
Publisher: ParaType
Created by Isabella Chaeva, Tagir Safayev and Vladimir Yefimov, Humanist 521 is a sans serif and show sans font family. This typeface has 8 designs and was published by ParaType.

Humanist 521 is a Bitstream digitized variation of Gill Sans typeface. The font was designed by Eric Gill and released by Monotype circa 1928-1930. Gill's design is based on the typeface of Edward Johnston, the ingenious British letterer and teacher, developed in 1916 for the signage of the London Underground. Nevertheless, it has more classical percentages near to those of old design serifs, and hence is more ideal for text setting. With distinct roots in handwritten scripts, Gill's typeface is classified as a humanist sans serif and is really understandable and understandable in text and screen work. Having been launched more than 80 years back, it's still incredibly popular and in fact is an icon of British typographic style. The Cyrillic version of Ultra Bold weight was designed by Tagir Safaev in 1997. 6 text styles and Additional Vibrant style in Cyrillic were designed later on by Vladimir Yefimov and Isabella Chaeva. The Cyrillic variation, in addition to the original Bitsteam implementation of Humanist 521, has an alternative numeral 1 with the traditional shape and a set of old-style figures. Rereleased by ParaType in 2013.

.Font Family:
· Humanist 521 Light
· Humanist 521 Light Italic
· Humanist 521 Regular
· Humanist 521 Italic
· Humanist 521 Bold
· Humanist 521 Bold Italic
· Humanist 521 Extra Bold
· Humanist 521 Ultra Bold

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