About LiebeDoni Font Family
LiebeDoni is pure Italian art.
A contemporary nod to Italian typographic heritage, LiebeDoni’s warm and friendly style is perfect for—literally—bold headlines and impressive invitations.
Take a seat on LiebeDoni’s Vespa and enjoy the sweet curves of dolce far niente. But don’t let the relaxed hand-crafted appearance fool you: You’re dealing with a solid quality typeface that has received painstaking attention to detail.
Round like the Colosseum, some lines are as colloquial as the Tower of Pisa—but all this with almost Teutonic obsession for technical perfection.
Feature-wise, we went the full quattro stagioni: Variations and alternatives for many letters, swashy initials and swirly ligatures—plus language support that goes way beyond English and Italiano.
Double-o ligature, anyone? Two different www ligatures? Check.
(Please make sure your software supports OpenType if you wish to use the advanced features.)
Get both the outline and the filled version and go crazy on creative layering and endless possibilities. Each font contains over 600 glyphs and both contain the full character set.
Make a bold move to italy—treat yourself with this font.
If you like LiebeDoni, you may also like its perfectly matching sisters LiebeErika and LiebeOrnaments—or any of our other 100% compatible LiebeFonts.
“Liebe” means “love” in German. “The name LiebeFonts is meaningful to me in more ways than one”, Ulrike Rausch said in her 2013 Creative Characters interview. “On one hand, my fonts obviously look ‘sweet’ — in other words, friendly and lovable. And of course the name also refers to my own love of fonts.” Ulrike’s skills are equal parts handicraft and digital savvy, and her fonts are as technically sophisticated as they are charming. “It is very important to me that my fonts serve a wide variety of languages so that they are suitable for professional typesetting,” she says. “I also invest a lot of time into sensibly grouped OpenType features like contextual and stylistic alternates as well as a wide range of ligatures and swashed letters.”