About Plusquam Sans Font Family
Plusquam Sans is a humanist sans serif family in eight weights, roman and italic. It’s neutral character and legibility in smaller sizes recommend it as a text face, and wide range of weights and swash capitals make it usable for various designer purposes. While roman fonts are simple, although in humanist spirit, italics are more vivid.
Typographic variants are supported through OpenType features. Several kind of numerals are offered: lining and Oldstyle, tabular and proportional, superior and inferior, fractions. Small caps and math symbols are provided. There is a range of standard and discretionary ligatures. Alternates sorted in three stylistic sets are created to soften the overall appearance.
Most distinguished feature is a set of swash capitals balanced to match sans serif characters.
Plusquam Sans comprises multilingual Latin and monotonic Greek characters.
Creative team of type devotees with artistic approach.
Olivera Stojadinovic is professionally involved in type design for more than two decades.
She has released several typefaces for International Typeface Corporation: ITC Aspera, ITC Rastko (2000), ITC Hedera (2001), ITC Resavska, ITC Resavska Sans (2004), ITC Anima (2006). She won the annual Type Directors Club Award for ITC Aspera, in 2001. Her first typefaces are based on calligraphy, then she created several large serif and sanserif families.
Humanist quality of her typefaces is based on handmade sketches evolved into stylized shapes. Her recent families are multilingual, produced by multiple master technique, using advantages of Open Type programming.
Slavko Milenkovic is a painter and graphic artist with affection for lettering. His typefaces are developed as art projects in less formal style. He is an artistic and advisory part of the team.