TUESDAY FONTS: Boho Family, Industry and Sortdecai

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Tuesday is here and so is our category: Tuesday Fonts. This time we present to you Boho Family, Industry and Sortdecai.

 

Boho Family

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Boho is inspired by a bohemian girl who is a free soul and creative spirit. She is a city girl, but she loves spending a lot of time outdoors and being close to nature. She loves art and going to the antiques and organic food markets. She is a wild and free spirit who knows no bounds.

Boho is Coto Mendoza’s first Script font family, which is based on gestual calligraphy with Cola pen. A first exposure to gestual strokes applied to font design can be seen in her previous work, Macarons. Boho consists of 4 subfamilies: Script, Line, Sans and Serif. Each subfamily comes in 4 weights: Regular, Bold, Italic and Bold Italic. Script and Line versions include a teardrop terminal variant. Dingbats and ornaments are also included.

 

Industry

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Forged from geometric and technical styles, Industry stands sturdy and strong. The sans serif family includes seven weights with corresponding italics. The typeface is meant to be a workhorse that can span from a refined vintage feel to an industrial futuristic vibe. Use it for headlines, display, and logotype, or take it for a spin with short-form body copy or UI design. Its high x-height and mechanical nature help retain legibility at smaller sizes. Numerous Opentype features have also been included to suit different design needs.

Features include: Tabular figures, fractions, subscripts, superscripts, numerators, and denominators.

 

Sortdecai Handmade Script and Bonus

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Sortdecai Handmade Script is another hand lettered modern vintage script typefaces, which is combining the style of classic calligraphy with an modern style. Sortdecai Handmade Script is a part of Sortdecai Family. 

There are more than 300 glyphs in the font including Stylistic sets,Ligatures, Contextual Alternates etc. OpenType features with Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternate in some characters that allows you to mix and match pairs of letters to fit your design. To access the alternate glyphs, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS and Adobe Indesign.

 

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