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Introducing Sancoale Slab Soft


The Sancoale superfamily takes a softer turn with a rounded slab serif. 90% off for a limited time!









Ready for the designs of today, the Sancoale superfamily takes a softer turn with a rounded slab serif.

Crafted from Sancoale’s simple geometry, new softened slab serifs provide a lively typeface that conveniently enhances its cousins: Sancoale Softened--a sans with blunted terminals; Sancoale Slab; and, certainly, the first Sancoale. The weights of each and every member are balanced diligently to be compatible with one another. When used alongside one another, the combination makes for robust and tight design.

With weights starting with the slender thin ranging to the juicy black, Slab Soft opens the doorway to the vary of uses. Its design is legible and neutral enough for bodies of copy--both in print and on your website. The web font also stands out perfectly as a headline or a display face. Slab Soft carefully places a foot ahead, and doesn't overpower like many slabs. This font’s the choice to seize the day and get the job done.

All insigne™ fonts are absolutely loaded with OpenType options. Sancoale Slab is geared up for pro typography, together with alternates with stems, compact caps and lots of alts, together with “normalized” capitals and lowercase letters. The font features many numeral sets, with fractions, old-style and lining figures with superiors and inferiors. OpenType-capable programs like Quark or the Adobe suite allow you to quickly change ligatures and alternates. You can see these options shown in the .pdf brochure. Bundled are compact caps, fractions, old-style and lining quantities, scientific superior/inferior figures, entire ordinal and inferior alphabet.

The Sancoale superfamily also features the glyphs to aid a variety of languages, together with Central, Eastern and Western European languages. In all, Sancoale Slab supports around forty languages that utilize the Latin script, earning Sancoale the pick for for multi-lingual publications and packaging.

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