Devanagari type anatomy

We’ve begun a series of articles from our international team about type anatomy in different scripts. Pooja Saxena, who recently completed Adelle Sans Devanagari, offers her informed take on that script. If you read Azza Alameddine’s article about Arabic type anatomy, make time for this one as well. If not, now is a great time to catch up on both!

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Temeraire

An historically grounded exploration into salvaged styles, intended for attention, reference, and modern use.

Temeraire
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Styles

Regular, Italic, Bold, Display Black & Italienne Italic

Script and Language

Latin script support for 100+ languages

Recommended Usage

Books, posters, magazines, editorial

Features

Basic ligatures, discretionary ligatures, small caps, 5 sets of figures (oldstyle, lining, tabular lining, tabular oldstyle, and small caps), basic and arbitrary fractions, superiors & inferiors, ordinals, case sensitive characters, arrows and ornaments

Ebony

A daringly bold sans serif.

Ebony
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Styles

9 styles plus matching italics.

Script and Language

Latin script support for 100+ languages.

Recommended Usage

Multiple purpose font, works well in branding and editorial design alike.

Features

4 sets of figures, arbitrary fractions, and stylistic alternates.

Alverata in use

Texture and colour is everything in tapestry. But what companion font pairs well with such a rich subject? For tapestry maker Jean Lurçat’s artworks, Patrick Bittner and Manuel Wesely chose Dr Gerard Unger’s Alverata for its warmth and ability to connect. Click the link to see it in action.

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