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Introducing Celari Titling












Need for speed? Satisfy it with insigne’s Celari. Take it for a drive and watch how its simple curves, easy lines, and sturdy shapes handle the edges and corners of your projects with smooth and rapid execution. The negative space cuts through the rounded sans serif letterforms of Celari, giving this all-caps typeface a strong impression of dimension and speed. Celari’s organic stroke direction allows you to ease through its gentle turns, too, causing the font to hum around the lines of your project like a V8 engine on an open Nevada highway.
The speed and agility of Celari is built for nothing less than a headline. Use the larger-than-life power of this face for any number of oversized applications--mastheads, posters, web headlines, flyers. It provides excellent performance for service-oriented ads where efficiency and quick buyer service are priorities.
Customize your ride, too. The OpenType version of Celari includes some serious add-ons to make it your design. The font incorporates discretionary ligatures for some funky combinations and adds in stylistic and contextual alternates for virtually endless possibilities with the characters, ligatures, and composites. Make sure your setup allows for OpenType fonts (Adobe CS suite or Quark) before unleashing the fun of Celari, though
Be confident with your design. Be quick with your message. Take Celari for a drive and unleash the strength and velocity of its character in your design. You’ve been holding back long enough.

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