You may know James T. Edmondson as the creator of the justifiably ubiquitous Wisdom Script font—and if you don’t know him, you probably at least know Wisdom Script. I don’t know much about James myself, except that he’s still a student, he’s a really nice guy and he creates the kind of fonts that even people who don’t normally talk about fonts start talking about.
James has an amazing grasp of script typefaces and seems to be able to bang them out with relative ease (which is not to say they’re easy), but his latest typeface, the eponymous Edmondsans, is a sans serif font presented in three weights. Having drawn a few sans serif style letters myself over recent years, I know how deceptively difficult they can be to do in new and interesting ways. That James has created a sans serif face that feels comfortably familiar and yet completely new at the same time is worth all the praise I can give him.