Source Han Sans (Version 2.0)

Adobe released a new version of Source Han Sans, its first-ever typeface that covers characters from Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages. Not only this typeface serves a huge portion of the population that is often overlooked in type design (1.5 billion people) but doing so is no easy task – the typeface contains nearly half a million glyphs! Source Han Sans pairs well with its serif counterpart, which is also open source. Both typefaces can be downloaded on GitHub, or used through Adobe Fonts. Open source, free for personal and commercial use.

View it on Adobe Fonts →

Download it on GitHub →


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