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Terfens Gothic, a silky smooth medium contrast sans.




Terfens Gothic is the perfect choice for your next project! Terfens is a sans unlike any other- it starts with a beautiful calligraphic chancery script and then adds movement and personality. This calligraphic sans serif has a timeless vibe to it with its medium contrast and approachable design that will never go out of style. With its large x-height and rounded terminals, it exudes a warm but tasteful vibe. It's ideal for producing distinctive designs that will impress.

With forty-eight different typefaces, it has the versatility and aesthetic options you need to make your project stand out. Choose from regular, condensed, and extended styles, each with nine different weights and italics. Terfens Gothic has the look you need to make a powerful impression.

The Terfens Type System's third typeface, Terfens Gothic, is an amazing addition to any type collection. With its enormous selection of styles, widths, and weights, adaptability is unmatched. And, with its Opentype features, the Terfens Type System is perfect for anyone who wants to add a personal touch to their projects. Whether you need a narrow or wide font, or a hairline or bold weight, the Terfens Type System has you covered!

Terfens Gothic is the ideal typeface for any project that has to stand out, thanks to its towering verticality. This sans is guaranteed to make your next project more exciting!



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