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Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
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Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry.
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Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
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Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.
Ettore Sottsass: To me design, as I said, is a way of discussing life. It is a way of addressing society, politics, eroticism, food and even design. At the end, it is a way of building up a possible figurative utopia or metaphor about life. Certainly to me design is not restricted to the necessity of giving form to a more or less stupid product for a more or less sophisticated industry. So, if you have to teach something about design, you have to teach, first of all, about life and you have to insist, explaining that technology is one of the metaphors of life.

Brando Sans styles

Hairline
ExtraLight
Light
Regular
Text
SemiBold
Bold
Black
Hairline Italic
ExtraLight Italic
Light Italic
Regular Italic
Text Italic
SemiBold Italic
Bold Italic
Black Italic
Hairline
Hairline Italic
ExtraLight
ExtraLight Italic
Light
Light Italic
Regular
Regular Italic
Text
Text Italic
SemiBold
SemiBold Italic
Bold
Bold Italic
Black
Black Italic

Summary

Brando Sans is a distinct companion to Brando. Like its mate, Brando Sans has contemporary humanist qualities but simplified with a practicality suited for editorial design, branding, digital experiences, and signage systems. Although simple at first sight, Brando Sans retains the character and charm of its serif counterpart while introducing some unique traits of its own, like the curved ‘l’ or a more symmetrical approach to glyphs like the ‘M’ and ‘W’.

The family is available in eight weights — analogous to Brando from Hairline to Black — making it equipped for large display settings and the demands of small body copy or signs. It is geared toward complex design work that needs typographic distinction and flexibility.

Brando Sans covers over 140 languages. The comprehensive character set includes small caps, various figure styles, fractions, and mathematical symbols. The italics are true italics, adding to the humanist, approachable feel and making Brando Sans a well-rounded typeface with plenty of attitudes, but designed to ultimately be useful and functional. Brando Sans was designed in 2015–2016.

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Language support

Arabic
Afrikaans
Albanian
Asu
Bashkir
Basque
Belarusian
Bemba
Bena
Bosnian
Breton
Bulgarian
Catalan
Cebuano
Chechen
Chiga
Chuvash
Colognian
Cornish
Corsican
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
Embu
English
Erzya
Esperanto
Estonian
Faroese
Filipino
Finnish
French
Friulian
Galician
Ganda
German
Gusii
Hawaiian
Hungarian
Icelandic
Ido
Inari
Sami
Indonesian
Interlingua
Irish
Italian
Javanese
Jju
Jola-Fonyi
Kabuverdianu
Kalaallisut
Kalenjin
Kamba
Kazakh
Kikuyu
Kinyarwanda
Kurdish
Kyrgyz
Latvian
Lithuanian
Lojban
Low German
Lower Sorbian
Luo
Luxembourgish
Luyia
Macedonian
Machame
Makhuwa-Meetto
Makonde
Malagasy
Malay
Maltese
Manx
Maori
Meru
Mohawk
Mongolian
Morisyen
North Ndebele
Northern Sami
Northern Sotho
Norwegian Bokmål
Norwegian Nynorsk
Nyanja
Nyankole
Occitan
Oromo
Ossetic
Polish
Portuguese
Quechua
Romanian
Romansh
Rombo
Rundi
Russian
Rwa
Sakha
Samburu
Sango
Sangu
Sardinian
Scottish Gaelic
Sena
Serbian
Shambala
Shona
Slovak
Slovenian
Soga
Somali
South Ndebele
Southern Sotho
Spanish
Swahili
Swati
Swedish
Swiss German
Taita
Tajik
Taroko
Tatar
Teso
Tongan
Tsonga
Tswana
Turkish
Turkmen
Tyap
Ukrainian
Upper Sorbian
Uzbek
Vunjo
Walloon
Walser
Welsh
Western Frisian
Wolof
Xhosa
Zulu