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Adore Font

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Adore Font

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Introducing the elegant Adore Calligraphy Font! Adore Calligraphy was built with OpenType features and includes beginning and end swashes as well as alternate swash characters for all lowercase letters. Each character was thoughtfully crafted to create a timeless elegant look. For those of you who are needing a touch of elegance and modernity for your designs, this font is for you!

Adore is modern sans serif font with thin style. This is all-caps, which means uppercase and lowercase are same. Adore Sans Font is so suitable for your logo, wedding invitation, greeting card, branding, fashion, short quotes, and many more.

The words are printed in a typewriter font on handmade cotton rag paper with deckle edges. The color of the paper is a natural, unbleached white but may occasionally have tiny speckles of random color from other fibers mixed in. Size varies slightly because of the imperfect nature of handmade paper, but will be roughly 5" x 7", 8" x 10", or 11" x 14" based on your selection.

Function: Many fonts contain alternate glyph designs for a purely esthetic effect; these don't always fit into a clear category like swash or historical. As in the case of swash glyphs, there may be more than one alternate form. This feature replaces the default forms with the stylistic alternates. The user applies this feature to Industria to get the alternate form of g.

Function: This is a dual-function feature, which uses two input methods to give the user access to ornament glyphs (e.g. fleurons, dingbats and border elements) in the font. One method replaces the bullet character with a selection from the full set of available ornaments; the other replaces specific "lower ASCII" characters with ornaments assigned to them. The first approach supports the general or browsing user; the second supports the power user. The user inputs qwwwwwwwwwe to form the top of a flourished box in Adobe Caslon, or inputs the bullet character, then chooses the thistle dingbat.

It's Valentine's Day this week, a celebration of love, passion and obsession. And if there's one obsession that designers feel truly passionate about, it's typography. But while font choice may be deeply personal, that doesn't mean you can't play the field once in a while.

To help you find your perfect match, we're always keen to find out which typefaces leading creatives are most in love with, so we can share them with the rest of you. To celebrate Valentine's Day, then, we asked the community for the fonts they adore the most in 2023. We share the highlights below: 14 fonts for February 14th.

Or course, these choices are all subjective, but even if you don't like the fonts themselves, they all come from excellent foundries. So if you're still looking for your perfect typeface match, make sure to click through the links and see what else these fantastic sources have to offer. Plus, for more brilliant providers, see these 18 highly respected type foundries that remain fiercely independent.

We'd love to be able to share the thinking behind this unusual font, but James isn't altogether clear about how it came about. "Some projects are a clear-cut path," he explains. "Irregardless exists at the other end of the spectrum. I have no idea where it came from, and for much of the time I spent working on it, I had no idea where it was going. It was an exercise in fighting my impulses and drawing habits to create something that felt new and uncomfortable."

Released in May 2021, it's one of many fun and original typefaces from Ohno Type, which James launched in 2018. As well as creating fonts, the foundry is committed to making Ohno a positive force in the graphic and type design community. That includes talking to students, giving lectures, offering occasional free critiques, and free educational content.

Everett is a sans-serif font with a minimalist design. Its symmetrical structure is balanced with an organic drawing and a particular digital flavour. Strong typographic details add a high tension while keeping reading comfortable, striking a good balance between being graphic and fluid.

Low ascenders and descenders allow designers to set texts with tight line spacing, resulting in economising space. The fonts are fully equipped with various stylistic sets, ligatures and case-sensitive forms, among other features. The weights variation from Hairline to Super with corresponding italics form a coherent and versatile family, making it suitable for book design, poster design, branding, signage systems and more.

It's among the premium typefaces offered by TYPE.WELTKERN, a Swiss type foundry established in 2021 by Nizar Kazan. The company's main goal is to value font creators and to better distribute the revenue share of the objects, books and fonts they produce and publish. Their type designers, it's claimed, receive a much better percentage of license sales than on average.

Rainer is a geometric sans-serif typeface with a modern and stylish look. It is a true workhorse for tight headlines and anything that screams 'big typesetting'. The font is compressed, with closed apertures, a fairly large x-height, short ascenders and even shorter descenders. The overall design is mostly subtle, with infrequent outbursts of lavish peculiarities. Rainer comprises 12 styles in six weights (Hairline to Bold) in Upright and Slanted and comes with extended language support, plus all kinds of arrows and some carefully selected symbols.

The font was designed by Philipp Neumeyer and released by Vectro Type, a typeface design studio based in Portland, Oregon, that offers retail fonts, bespoke typeface design, and font production services. Founded in 2021 by Travis Kochel and Lizy Gershenzon, they're known for exploring intersections of technology, utility, and playfulness.

Queens was created by Kilotype, a German foundry that was established in 2017 and promised extensive language support and high production standards with every typeface. In addition to their font catalogue, they develop custom solutions for commercial and institutional clients.

Dazzed is a sans-serif typeface with narrow proportions, which began life as a bespoke typeface for a cinematic project proposal, and combines several styles in one font. First released in July 2019, it evokes the comic, grotesque and dramatic in its 'a', 'e', 'c' and 'g', while there's a sense of action and sci-fi in its 't', 'f', 'r', where the terminals are cut off, contrasting with the classical forms in other letters. Dots are rounded for accents, leading to better recognition, while italics are set at 18 (with lower degrees available on request).

Dazed was created by Displaay, an independent graphic design and typeface design studio established in 2016 and based in Prague, Czech Republic. Inspired by moments of imperfection and spontaneous irregularities, the foundry focuses on retail and custom fonts and aims to develop distinctive typefaces that are missing from the market.

Urbanist is a low-contrast, geometric sans-serif inspired by modernist design. It was created by Corey Hu, a typeface designer based in the United States, in 2020. Constructed from elementary shapes, Urbanist's neutrality makes it a versatile display font for print and digital alike. It's currently available as a variable font with axes for tuning weight (100-900) and italics (0-1).

It was created by Rajesh Rajput, a typeface designer based in India, and has seven weights, from thin to bold. It's suitable as a display font for headlines, titles, logos and more. "This typeface is dedicated to all human beings," says Rajesh. "Life is not fair to anyone, and everyone is facing their situation. Still, there is love and compassion. So hang on and enjoy whatever you've got.

Roboto is a sans-serif typeface designed by Christian Robertson as the system font for Android in 2011. Google Fonts released it in 2011 to provide a clean, modern look for mobile and web interfaces.

Featuring a geometric design with a humanistic feel, Roboto is used widely across many different platforms, from websites to mobile apps, and has become one of the most popular typefaces on Google Fonts. "Roboto has a dual nature," Christian explains. "It has a mechanical skeleton, and the forms are largely geometric. At the same time, the font features friendly and open curves. While some grotesks distort their letterforms to force a rigid rhythm, Roboto doesn't compromise, allowing letters to be settled into their natural width." 041b061a72


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