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LCT Sbire

LCT Sbire by LCT
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Complete family of 4 fonts: $149.00
LCT Sbire Font Family was designed by Quentin J. Stavinsky and published by LCT. LCT Sbire contains 5 styles and family package options. More about this family

About LCT Sbire Font Family


This Font is born basing itself on several standard typographic models. Inspired by our calligraphic drawings, the idea was to synthesize these many shapes into a unique font that can be used commonly. The slab base has been gradually humanized. The serifs have been carved, refined, rounded off, in order to galvanize the font and ease the task of reading in lower case. The angle of attack of the round letters is an echo of the 15 Century typographic heritage. It was important for us to create an expressive and humanized font, which could also be used for edition. The purpose was to confront the Ancient typographic canon of beauty with some funny and fancyful elements.

Designers: Quentin J. Stavinsky

Publisher: LCT

Foundry: LCT

Design Owner: LCT

MyFonts debut: Jan 6, 2015

LCT Sbire

About LCT

Founded in 2013, LCT (La Casse Typographique) is the space created by the workshop La Casse to distribute its propers typographic creations. The graphic design studio & typographical "The Nutcracker" is composed of four entities, a plethora of knowledge and a passion to make sense. The Brain develops its activity in the institutional, cultural and private spheres. Dynamics and structure close to its customers, the workshop offers a unique visual vocabulary and respectful of your needs. The four stooges that make up the workshop artisans graphics. Designer, but also the creator of characters, the workshop La Casse attaches great importance to the printing thing. This enthusiasm for the letter is expressed through the drawing of characters as well as the practice of composition and movable type printing, also known as letterpress. The workshop can therefore offer high quality items, combining traditional expertise and modern composition.