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Sans serif to go with St Marie

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Riccardo Sartori

Could you please give us some more insight on your needs, in order for us to offer better informed suggestions?

For example: what function each typeface (St Marie and the sans) would cover? Do you need a wide range of weights and/or styles? Do you need specific language coverage? Is St Marie only used in a specific weight/style?

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simonray

Hi Riccardo,
St Marie is mainly to be used for all the main headings. Often in light/thin for large headings and in extra bold for subheadings.

It's for a brochure advertising courses, mainly courses about helping people/counselling etc.

I think I want to introduce a reasonably plain and friendly sans for the main body copy. Possibly with an italic version of the sans for quotes that will be scattered around the page, as there is no italic in St Marie. There will also be other information related to each entry, time/price etc which might require a bolder weight.

It was basically all 'Interstate' being used as the sans before. I don't necessarily need condensed versions though.

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