Brava Sans (the naked & extended version of Brava Slab) is a family of 8 weights, 2 widths, and true italics. Designed for editorial purposes, it has a monolinear appearance with a humanist construction, open counters, and a tall “x height” that gives it the right personality for use in branding. Also, Brava Sans has a lot of helpful features as a wide range cover of Latin languages, a lot of OpenType features, a new condensed width, and two bolder and cooler weights that make Brava Sans a useful tool for the graphic designer.
A full range of numerals (including old style figures, lining, numerators, denominators, superiors, subs, circled and black circled), small caps, forty ligatures (between standard & discretionary ligatures), a lowercase superior and inferior set and a stylistic set are some of the features that make Brava Slans a solid choice.
Glyphs per Font
Lineal & Old Style figures
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