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This small family can be counted as 4 fonts in 2. Because both weights contain small caps, 12 sets of stylistic alternates, and a decorative swashed form. That’s not counting dozens of ligatures in both multilingual latin and Cyrillic scripts. Plus ordinals, case-sensitive forms, and manual hinting.Due to its geometric nature, designers can manipulate vectors to change letters' dimensions for logotypes. They may seem modular, but every glyph was shaped individually to give handmade imperfections, reminiscent of wood type press. This allows for plenty of details at large sizes.
Regular versions are multilingual but include only standard ligatures and case-sensitive forms.
Standard, Contextual Alternates, Case Sensive Forms, Discretionary Ligatures, Standard Ligatures, Localized Forms, Ordinals, Stylistic Alternates, Small Caps, Swash