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Cal Roman Modern

Cal Roman Modern

by Posterizer KG
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Cal Roman Modern Font Family was designed by Lazar Dimitrijević and published by Posterizer KG. Cal Roman Modern contains 1 styles.

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About Cal Roman Modern Font Family

Cal Roman Modern is one more font from PKG “Cal” (Calligraphic) group. This time for calligraphic sketches we used a wide brush instead of the iron pen. Instead of minuscule letters, there are Small Caps (which are the same weight as capitals). Because there is no difference in the stroke thickness of capital letters and lowercase capital letters the difference in height is only one pen width, because of that, it is possible to use small capitals together with capital letters without noticing a difference in the thickness of the letters.

Cal Roman Modern font is rhythmic, informal elegant, bright and light. As such, this font is widely used in the typographic creation of shorter text forms: magazine, catalogs and book titles, logos, posters, movie spots, banners...

Designers: Lazar Dimitrijević

Publisher: Posterizer KG

Foundry: Posterizer KG

Design Owner: Posterizer KG

MyFonts debut: Feb 8, 2020

Cal Roman Modern

About Posterizer KG

The Posterizer KG Font Foundry, based in Kragujevac (Serbia) has the same name as the first published font in 2012. From then until today, over 50 fonts have come out of this foundry, most of them are handwritten typefaces. In 2014, together with Tour De Force we were engaged to created Mozzart Sans (corporate font family) for Mozzart d.o.o company from Belgrade. At last, the fact is that brush script font - Drina had the greatest commercial success, but on the other hand, our more artistic project - Hubble font, is one of winning fonts on Modern Cyrillic Competition 2021, organized by Paratype.

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