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by Cerulean Stimuli
Individual Styles from $36.00
Complete family of 14 fonts: $370.00
Cerulea Font Family was designed by K. Pease and published by Cerulean Stimuli. Cerulea contains 14 styles and family package options.

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About Cerulea Font Family

Cerulea is a unicase from the world of the sky. Drawing inspirations from Art Nouveau, Classical Roman, and Uncial styles, Cerulea's wide, spacious bowls, sharp points, and subtle wandering curves evoke airiness, flight, and fantasy. Seven weights, and true italics for each, range from zephyrous to thunderous. Vary the mood every time you choose between the serious capital form of a letter, the more fanciful lowercase form, or another variant in the stylistic sets. The more than 800 glyphs cover pan-European Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, fractions, circled numbers, planet and zodiac symbols, card suits, chess pieces, ornaments, and more.

Designers: K. Pease

Publisher: Cerulean Stimuli

Foundry: Cerulean Stimuli

Design Owner: Cerulean Stimuli

MyFonts debut: Aug 30, 2016


About Cerulean Stimuli

K. "Cerulean" Pease started Cerulean Stimuli as a graphic design and illustration business in the 20th Century, and, not insignificantly, designed a logotype for it. This business turned to comic strips and custom ambigrams, and may yet have another try at games, but the real treasure has always been the letterforms we made along the way. For years, in between everything else, it has been impossible to resist picking at these typefaces, expanding them and making them better, knowing deep down that they may be the only truly useful products of the whole enterprise. Cerulean Stimuli fonts are always original ideas, from its flagship unicase to surprising new ways to gothic a gothic. The mission is always to bring into the world something new and fantastic.

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