“VANGUARD CF is a powerful and elegant display typeface, constructed to maximize horizontal space. Built from sketches originally drawn in 2012, Vanguard’s eight weights span an elegant Thin to an arresting Heavy, with accompanying obliques. As with its sibling Integral CF, Vanguard makes a strong impression in print, headlines, video, and social media – whether paired with a contrasting typeface or on its own.”
“Florentia is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Francesco Canovaro developing his Beatrix Family design. Florentia takes its inspiration from the classic Roman monumental capital model of Beatrix but develops the influences derived from the stone carvings in Florence Santa Croce Cathedral into a more contemporary overall design, featuring lower X-height and an extended character set that covers over forty languages using the latin alphabet, as well as Greek and Russian Cyrillic.”
3. Di Mare
“Di Mare is a layered script inspired by Italian restaurant and cafe signs. It’s about delicious food and the joyful atmosphere of traveling: freedom, sea, fresh wind and warm sun.
This font family has three styles: Regular, Line, Shadow. You can combine and overlay them to get different effects. Di Mare works well for menu, packaging, clothes, signs, magazines, and as a starting point for lettering and logos.”
“Taberna is a type system that provides a wide range of choices for any design project. The typeface comes in Sans and Serif layered versions plus a monolinear Script font. Taberna is the result of having explored design trends in bar signage, liquor packaging and street wear.”
“Papelli is an informal sans with a feminine touch. It is created for use in advertising and corporate or editorial design. The typeface feels like an upright italic; the lowercase letters are especially inspired by cursive writing.”
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