Heimat Sans is a grotesque sans-serif typeface designed by Christoph Dunst and released through Atlas Font Foundry in 2010. It’s a distinctive typeface that is full of quirks, such as the tail on the y that curves forward and the r that has a slab serif base. Heimat Sans is available in six weights, each with matching italics.
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