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by Ligature Inc
Individual Styles from $0.00
Complete family of 11 fonts: $249.00
Tuna Font Family was designed by Felix Braden, Alex Rütten and published by Ligature Inc. Tuna contains 10 styles and family package options.

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About Tuna Font Family

Tuna is simply a contemporary body text font. It is contemporary, meaning the merge of charming broad-nibbed calligraphic style with optimized readability on screen – showing that the roots of writing and typesetting are still in charge when reading “Anna Karenina” on your Kindle till 4 o’clock in the morning. Tuna has a natural fit for cross-media use because the design is based on forms characterized by different conditions of constancy, stability and good readability. Well-defined shapes and distinctive details only become apparent when used in larger sizes, making Tuna a true all-rounder. With more than 700 glyphs in 10 styles created with a maximum of consideration, it has all the qualities of a modern OpenType font serving the needs of today's communication. If you would like to read more about the Typeface please visit our promo site.

Designers: Felix Braden, Alex Rütten

Publisher: Ligature Inc

Foundry: Ligature Inc

Design Owner: Ligature Inc

MyFonts debut: Jan 17, 2017


About Ligature Inc

Ligature Inc. is the foundry of Alexander Rütten and Felix Braden (Floodfonts). Alexander and Felix met while studying communication design at the Trier University of Applied Sciences. After graduating they worked as editorial- and interface designers, art directors and developers for interactive applications. Both designed several award-winning typefaces for well-known foundries such as FontShop International, Linotype and URW+ before they found out that font- collaboration is a lot of fun! Now they work on fonts using a digital ping-pong-like process bridging the distance between Berlin and Cologne, happy to transform the solitary type design process into a close dialog about screen optimization, readability and the development of a distinct headline-character.

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