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Summer's here, and Cabrito's slimming down for a new look.



















The Cabrito family is making a statement again. Launched as a supplement to the children's book, The Clothes Letters Wear, the original Cabrito is carefree, fun and easy on the eyes. Now, by balancing this friendly connection with new elegance, Cabrito Serif arrives: attractive copy text with an extra sophisticated sensibility incorporated into the design. Still bright and playful, this new Cabrito is cleaner and leaner, ensuring that its polished appearance retains legibility.

54 fonts include upright alternates, ligatures, and old figures. The range includes extended and condensed variants. To see any of these interactive features, see the PDF manual. The family also includes language support for 72 Latin-based languages, and there are more than 600 glyphs. Cabrito Serif can be used for logos and packaging, as well as for brochures and web pages. It’s readability makes it an excellent choice for a wide range of jobs.

Take a walk with Cabrito Serif and see how much fun it is. By the way, look at some other Cabrito members and see how much you love the original, Inverto, Contrast or Didone.

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