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Rleud

Rleud is a sans serif and display sans font family. This typeface has forty-four styles and was published by Stawix.

Finally in 2014 "RLEUD" [Pronounced Loyd] is now finished and ready for your design.
Started from 2012 by using DIN as inspiration with the mood of industrial design and combination of humanist style from Dax.
The idea is to make this as a multifunction font that be able to use in any situations such as digital device and print matter even headline or small text on the page.
This is an answer for your need and you don
RLEUD Font is a family of 160 fonts:  10 weights with small caps set and their italics and 4 widths (Normal, Condensed, Narrow and Extended).
Opentype features include styling alternate letters and Tabular function for numbers, more ligatures and a very special 4 weights demo for free.
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Rleud is a a forty-four font family.
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Finally in 2014 “RLEUD” [Pronounced Loyd] is now finished and ready for your design. Started from 2012 by using DIN as inspiration with the mood of industrial design and combination of humanist style from Dax. The idea is to make this as a multifunction font that be able to use in any situations such as digital device and print matter even headline or small text on the page. This is an answer for your need and you don’t have to spend with other fonts for a while.

RLEUD Font is a family of 160 fonts:  10 weights with small caps set and their italics and 4 widths (Normal, Condensed, Narrow and Extended). Opentype features include styling alternate letters and Tabular function for numbers, more ligatures and a very special 4 weights demo for free

Foundry Stawix
Fonts 40
Price $29.00
Released 2014
Styles Display Sans, Sans Serif

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