Eau Sans (1992)

YOFonts Eau Sans

In 1992, I wanted to design a perfectly faceless (generic) typeface of my own. I chose Eau, meaning water in French, as the name. I planned to do two variations; a sanserif and a Roman serif style version. I could not decide on the design details for the Roman variation, so only the sanserif version was completed. Although I think that Eau Sans needs more refinement, I present it here as it was originally designed. At the time of release, I re-formatted the Eau Sans family with numeric characters in three variations: proportional, lining and old-styled figures.
This typeface is used for my electronic sound project: parabola.

Eau Sans is designed by Yamaoka Yasuhiro 1992.

Download free font (OpenType)

No comments:

Post a Comment