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Balance friendliness and elegance with the look of Cabrito Contrast.

The Cabrito family is back again to make a statement. Released as a complement to the children's book, The Clothes Letters Wear, the original Cabrito is light-hearted, fun, and easy to read. Now, balancing this friendliness with a new elegance, Cabrito Contrast steps forward--a handsome typeface with an extra-sophisticated sensibility injected into the design. Still bright and playful in its Cabrito ancestry, this new Cabrito member approaches the field with a cleaner, more reductionist form, ensuring that its polished look retains the readability.
Regular features and Italic forms of the 54 fonts include upright alternates, ligatures, and old figures. A range of weights include extended and condensed variants. To preview any of these interactive features, see the PDF manual. The family also includes language support for 72 Latin-based languages, and there are over 600 gly
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Make an inviting impression with Gineso Soft.

Handcrafted signs line the stoned walkways of old Italy. Some a century old, these oft forgotten works of unknown artists remain etched across cities and villages. But now, they make their inviting impressions once again as the inspiration for insigne design’s Gineso Soft typeface.
Gineso Soft absorbs the personality of northern Italian posters, headlines and logotypes, providing a type especially nice for signs and titling with its condensed qualities. The font contains matching italics for the the eight weights and three widths. We’ve also included small features along with fractions and superior / inferior characters to broaden your options. Even more, Gineso Soft is ready for all applications and features a large character set for the languages ​​and literature of Europe.
So add a soft touch the next time you’re in a tight spot. Add Gineso Soft and make your project a work to be remembered.

Enrapture your audience with Senlot, a high contrast sans serif from insigne.

Steal the spotlight with Senlot. A high contrast sans serif, Senlot’s figure is perfect for enrapturing your audience. The font shows off a unique calligraphic stress, which--with the contrast--makes the face quite usable in luxury and high quality design work.
The gorgeous appearance of Senlot is accompanied by a complete set of small capitals and a true italic. Dress your text in any of nine separate styles from Thin to Bold. Senlot also holds a full set of OpenType features, including titling capitals, superscripts and subscripts, and

Make the next splash. Make it with a little flare. Mynaruse Flare.

Give your project some pizzazz. Mynaruse Flare--new from the Mynaruse superfamily--eliminates the more rigid, elongated serifs of the original in lieu of stem endings with a bit of style.

A loose play off of Roman inscriptional types, Flare’s eight weights range from the delicate and exciting thin to a powerful, statement-making Black weight. Mynaruse Flare includes many useful OpenType features, too, including a set of swash alternates, alternate titling forms, ligatures and miscellaneous alternates that will keep your audience reading through the next great element.

OpenType-capable applications such as Quark or the Adobe suite can take full advantage of the automatically replacing ligatures and alternates. This family also includes the glyphs to support a wide range of languages.

Set Flare as your next title, whether in logotypes, posters or other high-end luxury applications. With this much style, you won’t be able to keep it out of the headlines.

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