Designed by Ermin Međedović. Released 2016.

A dramatic, contemporary Didone titling font family that scales beyond the world of looks by tapping into archetypes. The Fino type system amplifies the genre’s most theatrical aspects while bestowing an uncommon flexibility of style and variation. This serif version has sans and stencil counterparts.

Fino Set. 12 fonts USD 318,66
Fino Title Set. 12 fonts USD 318,66


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He's had box-office successes and outright bombs, Oscar-winning masterpieces and critically panned duds. But regardless of his movies’ receptions, he’s managed to pump out a film a year with impressive regularity. Some key elements have stayed the same — once a jazz clarinet slinks onto the soundtrack, audiences know exactly who they’re dealing with. But as as artist, Allen has evolved considerably over the years.

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From funny-Woody to serious-Woody, American Borscht-Belt jokester to Euro-funded auteur, he’s moved between comedies, chamber dramas, and character studies while still maintaining his signature style. With his endlessly quotable dialogue as a guide, we chart the half-century that Allen has spent challenging, delighting, wooing, and cracking up audiences through some of his funniest, most insightful lines.

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The Backstory


A dramatic, contemporary Didone titling font family that scales beyond the world of looks by tapping into archetypes.

Tall, stately, and refined, with a showy contrast between thick and thin, a certain kind of titling Didone has become synonymous with fashion. Ermin Međedović’s latest type system, the Fino font family, amplifies the most theatrical aspects of this genre while bringing an uncommon flexibility of style and variation to any type palette — particularly those required for editorial design.

Fino is a Rational (or Modern) display serif with sharp details. Its fairly narrow proportions produce a regular beat of bold stems at frequent intervals. One can add an unexpected twist to this plot line by introducing the alternate ‘C, D, G, O, and Q’ (found in the uppercase); these replace the standard, narrow oval shapes with big, full, show-stopping round ones. Other alternate forms, along with a grand ensemble cast of ligatures, lets the director continually flip the script.

This stage is set in three acts: Fino, Fino Sans, and Fino Stencil. Each of these offer six weights and italics, and each actor is comfortable speaking any Latin-based language, from standard Hollywood English to the many accents of Eastern Europe. Finally, every style comes in two optical sizes, with Title having the finest hairlines for the biggest parts. This lets you put Fino to work in a variety of productions, from short texts (24pt–48pt settings) to epic titles. The complete Fino font family, along with our entire catalogue, has been optimised for today’s varied screen uses.

All these talents let Fino perform a range of roles far broader than your typical Bodoni or Didot.

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