On my way to India with my fiancé, now wife and (that’s entirely different story that I will go into in a later blog posting) I had the opportunity to see "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps on the in-flight entertainment. To my pleasant surprise, Aviano Slab was used numerous times in the movie for the logotype of the fictional company "Churchill Schwartz." The font also features prominently in the trailer emblazoned on the side of a helicopter. The helicopter also uses the Aviano Eagle for the logo of this fictional evil company. I put a few screencaps of the trailer below. I enjoyed this movie, and give it 3.5 stars.
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 glyphs for further refining your work. Cabrito Contrast is best