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Astrotype™

by Linotype

6 fonts: $157.00

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About this font family

Astrotype is an excellent choice for use in astronomical or astrological literature – books, journals, magazines, etc. It can be used effectively both within the text and in accompanying graphics. Using all weights also opens up a number of illustrative possibilities, for instance on posters or tarot cards.
Clarity, homogeneity and pure simplicity give Astrotype its unique character. Based on the same elements and with consistant proportions, the characters display a natural elegance and harmony. The type really stands out through the ease with which it can be integrated into text and the many creative possibilities of combinations of different weights. For instance, try placing Astrotype N dot over Astrotype P dot and using different colors – perfect for onscreen buttons, icons or decorations.

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Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Basic Latin/English letters



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Astrotype P

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Astrotype P Dot

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Astrotype P Outline

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Astrotype P Dot Outline

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Astrotype N Dot

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Astrotype N Outline

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Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF  


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