Maple is a grotesque sans-serif typeface designed by Eric Olson and released through Process Type Foundry in 2005. The design of Maple is full of quirks but it’s actually a refinement of an even quirkier grotesque, called Process Grotesque. Process Grotesque was retired in 2003, with Maple serving as its successor. Maple is available in four weights with matching italics.
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