About this font family
Selfica is the sans-serif version of the Selfico designed by Nico Inosanto in 2012. The fonts have a semi-condensed geometric forms and conserve a little contrast with the Selfico. The large number of ligatures is a good feature to make an original and creative layout. The range of weights provides flexibility for texts and titles. The special «g» of the original Selfico is available as stylistic alternate.
The Selfica consist in a 14 styles family: Hairline, Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, Black and their Italic. The fonts have an extended characters set to support Central, Eastern and Western European languages.
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