About Thalweg Poetica Font Family
Thalweg Poetica is a revival font that comes with a story created in 1993 by the Bulgarian artist Ivan Kyosev. It is a sequel to the Thalweg font family completed in 2020. The construction of characters combines the upright character of the Thalweg font and the handwritten character of Thalweg Italic. The font partners perfectly with the Talweg font family and gives designers a new opportunity for expression.
Thalweg Poetica contains 4 widths / Normal, Semi Condensed, Condensed & Extra Condensed / and 8 weights ranging from Thin to Black with small caps versions, each style containing more than 1100 glyphs. The font comes with extended coverage of the Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek Scripts. All of the weights are specifically equipped for complex, professional typography with Open Type Features. These features include Small Caps, Ligatures, Discretionary Ligatures, Superscript, Subscript, Tabular Figures, Old-Style Figures, Circled Figures, Arrows, Matching currency symbols, and fraction. The Thalweg Poetica family is ideally suited for small text, books and magazines, branding, posters, as well as web and screen design, headlines, and more. The Regular and Medium weights are perfect for body text and they give an interesting texture to the text. The range of styles gives good flexibility to this family.
About Ani Dimitrova
Hello, my name is Ani and I’m a typeface designer from Bulgaria.In February 2014 I completed my Master’s degree in Type design at The National Academy of Art in Sofia, Bulgaria. Immediately after completing my higher education, I started working as a type designer at Fontfabric Type Foundry based in Sofia. In 2017 I have left Fontfabric and became a member of the Lettersoup Type Foundry. In 2019 I decided to concentrate on my own type project and founded my type foundry, becoming independent. Also at the moment I’m a teacher of typography at the Varna Free University, Bulgaria :))