Galaxie Polaris is a sans-serif typeface designed by Chester Jenkins and published through Constellation in 2004. The Galaxie family, which includes the serif Galaxie Copernicus and script Galaxie Cassiopeia, was designed to be a large, harmonious superfamily. The name Polaris comes from the pole star, as Galaxie Polaris was intended to be a reference point for the design of the rest of the superfamily.
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