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The name Saluzzo is given to this font in honor of Giambattista Bodoni (1740–1813). Bodoni was born in the town of Saluzzo, Parma, Italy, and died at the age of 30. Saluzzo is a contemporary interpretation of Bodoni, retaining its elegant thin serifs and contrasted with heavy downstrokes.
What makes Saluzzo unique is that it was approached from a calligraphic point of view. Also unique in this interpretation is the fact that it is a stencil. Saluzzo is a great choice when you need a font that is contemporary, timeless, and distinctive. Perfect for Advertising, Corporate identities and Packaging design, Fashion, Technology, Hospitality, Travel, and Retail applications.
Saluzzo Regular Opentype is a Stencil font that is Contemporary, Distinctive, and Timeless.