About Lugo Font Family
The font "Lugo" is a heavy typeface designed for use in headlines and caption text.
Their design has a strong visual impact, a persuasive and seductive personality throughout its organic shapes.
This is a versatile and expressive font. Lugo can create an appealing atmosphere, conveying a gamut of message and emotions. It is well suited in the jobbing areas like packaging, logotypes, magazines, web pages and advertising, etc.
Lugo has all the advantages of OpenType features that allow a variety of combinations: You may choose to set types in connected or unconnected ways, being used as body text or headlines for its good legibility, visual impact and accurate kerning. It has more than thousand glyphs: swashes, standard and discretional ligatures, stylistics and contextual alternates, old style numerals, word ending and tails. It has also an extended character set to support Central and Eastern European as well as Western European languages.
Lugo is a city in northwestern Spain in the autonomous community of Galicia. The Celtic name Lug suggests that it may have been a sacred site. Augustus founded the Roman town of Lucus Augusti in 15-13 BCE following the pacification of this region. It is the only city in the world to be surrounded by completely intact Roman walls.
Eurotypo is a foundry established in 2004 by Carine de Wandeleer and Olcar Alcaide that focuses on research, design, and the production of new fonts. Originally formed in Santa Severa, Italy, the group has since moved its headquarters to Valencia, Spain. In Eurotypo we develop new and original typefaces inspired by both the models of ancient writing and the investigation of new forms of expression based on the communication function of typography. The group made its MyFonts debut with Antium, and has followed it up with bestsellers such as script faces Aleka and Juliette.