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Nostalgia

Nostalgia

by Resistenza
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Complete family of 3 fonts: $45.00
Nostalgia Font Family was designed by Giuseppe Salerno, Paco González and published by Resistenza. Nostalgia contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About Nostalgia Font Family


Say Hello to Nostalgia! A Modern Font with a retro feeling 3 Fonts Regular, Effect and Flowers


Go back in time and travel through the magazines and graphics from the fabulous 1970´s.

Different serif typefaces, rounded and bold were the big focus to add a spark

of life and modernity to the products.


Nostalgia is our contemporary interpretation of this beautiful collection of fonts. Our aim is to draw the positive mood of these nostalgic letterforms with softened edges and rounded terminations, to evoke a fresh and contemporary view on this graphic approach.


An extended set of alternates & swashes specially designed to create stylish lettering compositions have been included. You can Access your OpenType features and discover all the possibilities.


Combining the glyphs with "Nostalgia Icons" as well as changes of color you'll feel the magic. This endless collection of flowers and decorative forms will boost the vintage mood to any project.


The result is a very versatile font that works in a wide range request, from logos, headlines, branding, magazine design to wedding cards, poster and so much more.


Designers: Giuseppe Salerno, Paco González

Publisher: Resistenza

Foundry: Resistenza

Design Owner: Resistenza

MyFonts debut: Apr 2, 2020

Nostalgia

About Resistenza

Resistenza specializes in type-design, branding, calligraphy & lettering. Giuseppe Salerno and Paco González are the two founder, italian and spanish, their passion for writing and handcrafted lettering became their strenghts. Brushy types, calligraphic strokes, orginality in faces are their best distinguished characteristic. The first type was Afrobeat, a multiline circular type that grows up very fast and becase their first product on the list. But afterwards may other experiments more expressive like Berliner Fraktur, or an english copperplate like Copperlove bring Giuseppe Salerno's hand into a typeface. The Premium Foundry page can be viewed Here.

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