Example of Julius in use:

Julius is humanistic sans inspired by the capitals of the Trajan’s Column in Rome.

The typeface is based on the proportions and geometry of Roman square capitals. The varying proportions of the capitals are also applied to the lowercase, giving it a distinct rythm in text settings. Angular and slightly flared endings evoke its lapidary origins.

Letter A in the Julius typeface
Letter R in the Julius typeface
Letter E in the Julius typeface
Alphabet and figures in the Julius typeface
Example of Julius in use for museum signage:
Extract of Julius Caesar's Gallic wars using the Julius typeface