14 must have sans serif fonts

 

Mosk is a noble, clean & linear sans-serif typeface family that consists of lowercase letters and edited versions in the uppercase version, for your logos and design.

BY LULIAN MAFTEI

 

Audrey is an elegant free typeface that combines curvy geometry and straight lines to achieve beautiful letters. Audrey works well with paragraphs, headlines & typographic compositions.

BY CRISTINA PAGNOTTA 

 
 

IKAROS is a modern/minimal sans-serif typeface that comes in 2 weights

BY MATT ELLIS

 

PIER is a modern, sans-serif typeface with slightly off geometric styling, designed to work well large and small in all text and design applications.

BY MATHIEU DESJARDINS

 

KIRVY is a simple san-serif font family that comes with 4 great styles (Thin, Light, Regular & Bold)

BY YOUSSEF HABCHI

 

ARKHIP is a free font with a Russian soul - Created in the USSR.

BY IVAN KLIMOV +

 

A condensed sans serif designed as an additional companion to the Corbert font family. Heavily influenced by the Bauhaus and modernist era, Corbert is ideally suited for large complex design projects. 

BY THE NORTHERN BLOCK

 

QONTRA is a condensed sans serif font with low contrast which suit well any kind of texts and typographic applications.  It works best for informative texts, headings and advertising or book/magazine & newspaper design.

BY TOMAZ HRASTAR

 

Coves is a free typeface with 2 weights.  Free for personal use.

BY JACK HARVATT

 

RuckSack is a geometric typeface.  It consists out of simple and clean shapes with some visual corrections for legibility.

BY JEFFREY SCHREIBER

 

Moriston is a sans-serif grotesque available in 6 reliable weights, with support for over 200 languages and a variety of additional number styles.

BY RILEY CRAN

 

Gidole is a humanist and minimal sans-serif font, inspired by a small mountain town in Southern Etheopia.

BY @LARSENWORK

 

Moderne Sans is a free font inspired by 1920s typography. This typeface is based on upper case letters, but I created lower case letters, numbers and some alternative letters as well.

BY MARIUS KEMPKEN