display font

205 is a new type foundry founded in 2010 by Damien Gautier (Lyon, France)
Almost display fonts but not only...
Opentype fonts, it's sure! With opentype features (ligatures, alternate glyphs, etc.)

Already available :
– Amiral : a strong stencil typeface (uppercases only)
– Bloo : a four cut font in homage to "Codex80" by Jean Alessandrini
– Caporal : an elegant stencil font
– Colonel : a four cut stencil font – uppercases and lowercases – : cut, rounded and sharp angles
– LeChaufferie : a display font with 1200 ligatures !
– Robin : a dingbats font with infinite possibilities thanks to 5000 kerning pairs

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Hi all,

Help with this one would be very much appreciated!

SBLLM's picture

Cyrillic & Greek extensions

Hey guys, I just need a bit of advice/opinions really.
I've been commissioned to build a display font for a client which I've done. They are now requesting cyrillic & greek extensions for other territories to use. Now what I'm wondering is what's the norm for this, ie. do you build the extra glyphs into the same font as extra unicode characters or do separate font files for the European, Cyrillic and Greek versions?
Thanks in advance, any help is gratefully appreciated!
Si

studio@marianotesta.com's picture

THE CLASH

Hello,

any ideas what's this font?
or something similar?

all help much appreciated.

M

March 22, 2010

Dez Boulder is a Strong-Brewed OpenType display face with Multiple Personalities.

Dezcom Typefaces is proud to announce the release of "Dez Boulder," a rock-on typeface with three personalities on display.

The Dez Boulder family of display faces acts in a supporting role to give meaning to message and context to content. It is a very bold face, not understated. Each of its three personalities (and their sub-personalities) have a different timbre to speak the nuance of your message in a bold voice. Dez Boulder works like a character actor, presenting the author’s lines but not with the deadpan delivery of a news reporter. Boulder develops the role, adding meaning through facial expression, gesture, and body language.

Can anyone help me identify this beautiful VU Magazine cover font? Looks like Parisine, but I think it's other font...

Beautiful swashes on the "U", "M" and "A" letters! Note also the inktrap on that "M"!

Does anyone know?

The link for the photo is this:
http://www.lastfile.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/couv_home.jpg

Thank you!

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