Typotheque’s Ping is a massive, multiscript family that aspires to cover as many languages as possible. In addition to Latin, it currently comes with support for ArmenianCyrillic, Greek and Hebrew. Arabic, Chinese, Devanagari, Japanese and Korean will also be available later this year.

While it consists of a geometric sans, Ping does reflect the influence of the human hand: its letterforms were designed with the least number of pen strokes, some of them without lifting the pen at all (a, d, p, b, and g). Ping works well for both text and display, and comes in nine weights, with six ampersands to choose from.

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