Union Sans

by aphoria
Cloned from Union Flat by aphoria, Union by aphoria.

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Info Created on 16th April 2009 . Last edited on 30th June 2009.
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Another addition to the Union family.
Comment by aphoria 23rd April 2009
This is all kinds of gorgeous. cap. i-n are all just sick!
Comment by ksmith56 23rd April 2009
Thanks dude.
Comment by aphoria 23rd April 2009
Comment by intaglio 24th April 2009
maybe you should add a 'bar' on the UC J
Comment by jffry101 24th April 2009
@intaglio Thanks!

@jffry101 I tried it originally and didn't really like what I came up with. After your comment, I went back and tried again, but I just couldn't do a J with a bar that I liked better than without. Ideas?
Comment by aphoria 24th April 2009
Wowza this is nice!

If I may but in...did you try a thin line at the top of the J like in Union Flat? Or even a thin line just on the left side. If neither of those works I think taking the lines of the I might help...
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (emepar7) 25th April 2009
Ok, I think I may have found something.

I tried taking the lines off the I, but it didn't look right and it was exactly the same as the lc l.

So, I put those back and added a line to the top of the J.

I also move the J over a little, and adjusted the spacing on the whole set as well.

Comment by aphoria 25th April 2009
Love it!
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (emepar7) 25th April 2009
You would expect there to be serifs, but there isn't! Great work! 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 15th December 2012
@winty5 Thanks! Check out Union New Sans too...it is an update to this one that used the new angles made possible by a fontstruct update.
Comment by aphoria 16th December 2012