Usage Rules
  1. The primary typeface is for use in all contexts outside of the logo and its variations, including web, social media, and print graphics
  2. "Thin" weight should only be used at large sizes
  3. Occasional use of all caps to delineate titling is ideal
  4. If background is not white, use white type as much as possible
  5. Avoid using colored type on colored backgrounds
  6. View on Google Fonts




Rubik Italic 200 Light

Rubik Italic 400 Regular

Rubik Italic 600 Medium

Rubik Italic 800 Bold



Example Paragraph

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About the Typeface

Rubik is a sans serif font family with slightly rounded corners designed by Philipp Hubert and Sebastian Fischer at Hubert & Fischer as part of the Chrome Cube Lab project.

Rubik is a 5 weight family with Roman and Italic styles, that accompanies Rubik Mono One, a monospaced variation of the Black roman design.

Meir Sadan redesigned the Hebrew component in 2015. Alexei Vanyashin redesigned the Cyrillic component in 2016.