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Quire Sans Font

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Quire SansDesigner: Jim Ford
Publisher: Monotype
Quire Sans was developed by Jim Ford and released by Monotype. Quire Sans contains 20 designs and family bundle choices. p >' My goal was to make a design that might suit anywhere," states Jim Ford about his Quire Sans typeface. "I desired it to be highly practical and sexy at the very same time." With one foot comfortably in the realm of oldstyle style and standard book typography, and the other in developing electronic media, the Quire Sans family does, certainly, fit in simply about anywhere. When it comes to attractive, somebody as soon as quotably composed, "A fantastic figure or physique is good, but it's self-esteem that makes somebody actually attractive." Yes, Quire Sans is sexy, carrying out with confidence in essentially any setting.

Font Family:
· Quire Sans Pro Thin
· Quire Sans Pro Thin Italic
· Quire Sans Pro ExtraLight
· Quire Sans Pro ExtraLight Italic
· Quire Sans Pro Light
· Quire Sans Pro Light Italic
· Quire Sans Pro Regular
· Quire Sans Pro Italic
· Quire Sans Pro Medium
· Quire Sans Pro Medium Italic
· Quire Sans Pro SemiBold
· Quire Sans Pro SemiBold Italic
· Quire Sans Pro Bold
· Quire Sans Pro Bold Italic
· Quire Sans Pro Heavy
· Quire Sans Pro Heavy Italic
· Quire Sans Pro Black
· Quire Sans Pro Black Italic
· Quire Sans Pro Fat
· Quire Sans Pro Fat Italic

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