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Blacker was developed as a take on the style defined as the “evil serif” genre: typefaces with high contrast, oldstyle or modern serif proportions and sharp, blade-like triangular serifs. Due to the high contrast in the design - slightly reminescent of didone typefaces - Blacker has been developed in two optical subfamilies (display and text), plus two additional condensed variant families, and three titling uppercase-only variants. Each of these variants has been developed in six weights for a total of 69 styles covering a wide range of editorial and advertising uses.
The peculiarity of Coco Sharp lies in the wide choice of xheights given to the user, both by providing a variable version and five graded sub-families, that allows designers to fine-control text readability and space usage. All the 60 weights of Coco Sharp come with a full set of open type features allowing faultless typesetting. Use Coco Sharp out of the box as a solid workhorse family or enjoy discovering the limitless possibilities of its 2000+ latin, Cyrillic and greek glyphs covering over 200 languages worldwide.
Sensuous but sharp, Erotique speaks the language of teasing, and unrequited love. Designed for display use, this high-contrast serif typeface is ready to take center stage in projects where a subtle elegance and an edgy, aggressive touch are required. For branding use it is paired by a Erotique Ornaments allowing for striking packaging, digital and ambient design. For editorial use it can add a sharp sensuality to logos and titles thanks to an impressive array of alternate glyphs, subtle ligatures and a set of whiplike fleurons. If you are a typeface lover, be warned: Erotique could be your fatal attraction!
Bogart has been designed as an homage to the iconic look of low-contrast old style fat faces, like Cooper Black and Goudy Heavy Face. All the nine weights of Bogart, as well the matching true italics forms, feature an extended charset of over 1600 glyphs, covering 219 languages using latin, Cyrillic and greek alphabets, and sporting a complete set of Open type features. To add flexibility for editorial usage, a text-oriented Bogart Alternate set of nine weights was added to the family keeping the design more similar to its modern old style model and allowing for a heavy readable mid-weight range.
In the crowded panorama of contemporary grotesque typefaces, all aiming to stark geometric perfection, Stinger stands out with its bold choices and strong personality. A reverse contrast typeface with a workhorse approach, Stinger is a super-family with four widths, each in five different weights. From the calligraphy-inspired terminals in the thin weights to the logo-ready sculptural approach in the heavy weights, each variant manages to look striking without forgetting the readability and flexibility lessons of modern reverse-contrast classics.