I am wondering if there are any "modern" / "minimal" Hebrew fonts out there that demonstrate a different view of some of the letters. Specifically, I have seen quite a bit of variation in how the Aleph is written. For example, the first image below shows it as almost an
The same with the Lamed which is close to a
7, and the Ayin a sort of
U. But other more standard typographies use it differently, such as this:
That typecase has more flair to it, more curves, than the more sans-serif font above.
I have two questions. First, where I can learn the standard typographic structure for the alphabet in sans-serif such as like the word project font. The second is how variable it is allowed to be in its structure. I am not sure if people have ever just written an Aleph ℵ as an X or an N or a Gimmel ג as a Lambda λ, or if it is important to have it the way it is.
Here is another example of a very simple typography. And this is another highly variant one.