Regular is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Henrik Kubel and released through London-based foundry A2-Type in 2013. The typeface originally began as a slab serif design but was later made into a sans-serif after Kubel was inspired by an unusual g he saw on a faded sign on a wall. Regular is available in a full set of seven weights, from light to black, all with matching italics.
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