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Bantayog Sansᵂᴵᴾ

John David Maza • Type Design
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Forged from the cast iron characters found on historical markers in the Philippines, Bantayog Sans is a new addition to the Bantayog type family—a polished and rounded sans serif workhorse-in-progress with 7 weights.

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🚧 Work-in-Progress v0.2:

  • Baybayin script support (unicode + transliterator stylistic set ss03)

🚧 v0.1:

  • 7 weights (Light, Book, Medium, Semibold, Bold, Extrabold, Black)
  • Uppercase letters, small caps + now with lowercase letters (vs Bantayog)
  • Filipino diacritics, numbers, basic punctuation, and symbols
  • Opentype stylistic sets: ss01 - Lining Caps, ss02 - Double-storey 'a'
  • Current stage focuses on spacing well; kerning, webfonts to be added later on

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🇵🇭 Made in the Philippines  

Bantayog Sans is also available on Future Fonts

Free updates as the typeface progresses.

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310 glyphs • 7 weights
Writing System
Latin + Baybayin
Language Support
Asu Bemba Bena Breton Chiga Cornish English Filipino Gusii Indonesian Irish Italian Kabuverdianu Kalenjin Kinyarwanda Luo Luyia Machame Makhuwa-Meetto Makonde Morisyen North Ndebele Nyankole Oromo Quechua Romansh Rombo Rundi Rwa Samburu Sangu Scottish Gaelic Shambala Shona Soga Somali Swahili Taita Teso Uzbek (Latin) Vunjo Zulu


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