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Delm Family18 fonts
Pack of 18 styles:
About Delm Font Family
Delm font family is one of those large and useful families that you really can’t miss if you are looking for typeface combining originality and legibility. Delm is one of these – a sans serif with geometric modern look designed very smart with soft round look and very specific inktraps that complement its uniqueness. It is developed in 9 separate weights ranging from Hairline to Black, each coming with corresponding slanted version (called ‘Oblicua’). The light weights look more elegant, gentle and with more sensible feeling for geometry while the black versions are more soft, friendly even puffy and the geometric skeleton of the family is dominated by the overall roundness. The mid-weights are strong and prominent setting right the middle point in the contrast range of the family. Delm is a font with dedication – with so many options for different character contrast combined with slanted styles, it is perfect for editorial design where it could be easily used either for text or display font. Editorial is not of course the only application – you could successfully rely on this typeface if create brand or corporate identity, typographic posters, signboards, instruction plates, etc. Very diverse and original, this font will not leave you unsatisfied – moreover – it will surely make you try it in more and different designs be it printed or designed for screen. Web sites, banners, applications and e-books are places where Delm will show its best because of its originality, finely tuned contrast and its enhanced legibility. Fully equipped with OpenType features like ligatures and multilingual support, Fontmatters highly recommends to get the whole Delm font family for maximum results and satisfaction.
Designers: Chatnarong Jingsuphatada
Design Owner: Typesketchbook
MyFonts debut: May 12, 2015
Located in the capital city of Thailand, Chatnarong Jingsuphatada started his type design career while working as a graphic designer. Throughout his career, whenever he was unable to find exactly what he needed for his own design projects, he began to create new typefaces rather than settle for ones that didn’t quite fit. He experimented with different designs for 2 years before launching his Superstore Font Foundry, and then in 2012, began selling his typefaces on MyFonts. He made his debut that year with Gusto, a font that explores the intersection of san serif and humanist styles. Finding a strength in his ability to combine different styles of fonts into one, he went on to create Quan, which consists of a very usable, clean and modern sans typeface and a more rounded sub-family.
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