Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from 2019

Your next shot of Scotch. Try Schorel.

Schorel commands the room and sets the audience at ease. This new Scotch Roman typeface from insigne is a confident personality with a tasteful amount of contrast.  Cool, sharp, balanced, and contemporary, Schorel not only delivers well in longer texts, but can use its mass to meet the needs of subheadlines, callouts, and other similar uses. Scotch typefaces initially come from Scottish foundries, popular in the United States in the late 18th century. This beautiful genre of type grew in popularity through the Victorian era and most of the 20th century to make regular appearance in books, magazines, newspapers, and advertisements. Schorel itself, with its moderate contrast and organic design, features short ascenders and descenders and calligraphic italics. The design features a few ball terminals, but mostly touts its bracket serifs, which come to a sharp point. The typeface, ideal for medium to large sizes, is useful for both headlines and text, carefully created for both print and sc…

Enrapture your audience with Senlot Serif.

Senlot Serif is a follow-up to the technical yet elegant sans serif Senlot.

In this serif edition, the original’s calligraphic tension shines through, with a moderate amount of contrast. Moreover, you can use Senlot Serif to set large amounts of text or for titling. It has a special calligraphic tension, and lends itself to luxury and design work of high quality.

There’s a full set of small capitals and titling capitals and a real italic. Including thin to heavy, there are nine weights and three widths. Also included are a full set of OpenType features, super and subscript, old style numbers, and expanded Latin with support for more than 72 languages.

The new rich text is Senlot Serif. For your next luxury campaign, use this serif.

70% off for a limited time.


Winsel shall prevail for you.