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Prospero Pro

Prospero Pro™

by Tim Rolands
Licenses from $49.00
Complete family of 2 fonts: $49.00
Prospero Pro Font Family was designed by Tim Rolands and published by Tim Rolands. Prospero Pro contains 2 styles and family package options.

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Prospero Pro

2 fonts

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  • Prospero Pro Prospero Pro

  • Prospero Pro Italic Prospero Pro Italic

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About Prospero Pro Font Family

Prospero Pro is a brand new OpenType remake of Prospero, originally released by Tim Rolands in 1997. This new version includes completely redrawn letterforms that capture the character and spirit of the original while incorporating many improvements born of experience. The outlines are cleaner, scale better and have a much more even color, and the glyph set now includes numerous extended ligatures, alternate forms, swash forms and support for many languages. An elegant face inspired first and foremost by the early Romans of Nicolas Jenson, Prospero Pro is infused with a personality all its own and ready for a wide range of text and display work: books, magazines, cards, posters, advertising, branding, identity systems and much more.

Designers: Tim Rolands

Publisher: Tim Rolands

Foundry: Tim Rolands

Design Owner: Tim Rolands

MyFonts debut: Jul 3, 2008

Prospero Pro™ is a trademark of Tim Rolands.

About Tim Rolands

Tim Rolands Digital Studio is an outlet for the creative energies of long-time type enthusiast and designer Tim Rolands, who has provided a variety of design services such as book design, web design and font digitization to clients small and large. Tim Rolands type designs tend to blend historical inspirations with modern sensibilities of simplicity and functionality, all within the context of today's technology. Over the years, Tim Rolands fonts have been produced in Postscript Type 1, TrueType and even TrueType GX formats, and all releases are now made in OpenType.

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