Flama is a geometric sans serif which draws inspiration from both European and American sans serif traditions.
Originally designed for signage, it soon became a favourite among editorial designers. Flama is widely used in diverse media, including television networks and several renowned international publications, such as the Danish newspaper Politiken, The Sunday Times, Newsweek, among others.
The entire Flama collection has fifty styles. All families—Normal, Semi-Condensed, Condensed and Ultra-Condensed—have 10 different weights ranging from Thin to Black, and Flama Normal has corresponding italics.
Proportional Lining Figures
Proportional Old Style Figures
Tabular Lining Figures
Tabular Old Style Figures
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Characters with more than one advanced width, such as figures, are only displayed once.
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