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Bio Sans Font Family – Download Free

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Bio Sans Font Family

Bio Sans is a text sans-serif family that is extremely neutral. Ryoichi Tsunekawa created and shared the font. There are six weights in the family, ranging from ExtraLight to ExtraBold and corresponding Italics. This family’s core philosophy is the same as Bebas Neue, our most popular free font used worldwide, namely Neutral, Natural, Minimal, Harmless, Super-flat, Transparent, and Legible.

Their letterform’s basic skeleton was built geometrically, and the sophisticated design provides them universality, neutrality, and a sense of unity for usage in all media and for all purposes, and their huge x-heights make this family legible and readable even on small screens. Bio Sans is a font family that can be used for both personal and commercial purposes. Starting with uppercase, lowercase, Numeric, and certain Special character and alternatives, fonts are available. The beautiful font can be easily converted to a web font at any moment. The Typeface is available in two different formats: OTF and TTF.


Bio Sans Family Font is ideal for logos, branding, invitations, stationery, wedding designs, logos, business cards, covers, t-shirts, social media posts, and more. It will also be utilized to generate stunning images and text in a variety of colors and styles. It’s perfect for use in presentations that need to make a unique and happy impact, and it can maintain the viewer’s interest in text thanks to a sense of movement throughout each character.

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Bio Sans Font Family View

Bio Sans Font View
Bio Sans Font View

Font info Table

NameBio Sans Font Family
DesignerRyoichi Tsunekawa
File FormatOTF,TTF
Font LicenceFree for Personal use.
TypeFreeware Version.

License Information

Bio Sans Font Family is available for free personal use. The Font is also assessable for commercial purposes. However, purchasing a commercial license is strongly advised for commercial use.

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