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NEW RELEASE
Crete Rounded... exclusively for web use

Crete Rounded is a tailored version of Crete created specially to serve as corporate typeface for the upcoming type design competition Letter.2. Veronika Burian, the original designer of this award winning typeface, modified terminals and serifs to create two new fonts that deliver a more contemporary and functional appearance than the original Crete. Furthermore, the new styles proved to be surprisingly efficient for web use. For the time being, TypeTogether is making it available exclusively through our webfonts partners.

GET CRETE ROUNDED AT FONTDECK: http://fontdeck.com/typeface/crete
GET CRETE ROUNDED AT TYPEKIT: http://typekit.com/fonts/crete-rounded-web

TypeTogether is proud to announce the release of Etica, a strong yet delicate sans serif.

Etica, the-moralist-typefamily-project, was born at the end of 2000, but its development is ongoing, overcoming many hurdles and diversions. On one hand, the original idea was spurred by a certain esteem for Helvetica, in particular, its strength and versatility, and on the other, an intolerance to its plenty but inadequate applications; created by those who erroneously consider it to be a neutral and timeless design.

We believe that Helvetica is a beautiful typeface, but very deeply rooted in its own era. It is often unsuitably used in contexts that have changed profoundly since its birth. From this initial intention, we coined the ironic payoff ‘The-Moralist-Typeface’.

TypeTogether is proud to announce the release of Etica, a strong yet delicate sans serif.

Etica, the-moralist-typefamily-project, was born at the end of 2000, but its development is ongoing, overcoming many hurdles and diversions. On one hand, the original idea was spurred by a certain esteem for Helvetica, in particular, its strength and versatility, and on the other, an intolerance to its plenty but inadequate applications; created by those who erroneously consider it to be a neutral and timeless design.

We believe that Helvetica is a beautiful typeface, but very deeply rooted in its own era. It is often unsuitably used in contexts that have changed profoundly since its birth. From this initial intention, we coined the ironic payoff ‘The-Moralist-Typeface’.

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