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AireDesigner: Maximiliano Sproviero
Publisher: Lián Types
Aire was developed by Maximiliano Sproviero and published by Lián Types. Aire contains 13 designs and family bundle alternatives. p > Aire is what Sproviero would call a <. We advise seeing its user's guide.

After his success with Reina, Sproviero brings out this big household of 7 members: Each of them loaded with lots of sophisticated ligatures, alternates and the whole cyrillic alphabet.

The total impression that the font style gives is lightness and delicateness; that's the factor the designer picked to call it Aire, or Air, in English.

' Aire was in some way having a rest from my fat face Reina [...] It started as a really thin style of Reina, however it rapidly moved from it and grew up alone. And how it grew ...'

The motivation came from his own past productions: "The heavy strokes of Reina were yelling for a more delicate thing. Something more feminine. More vulnerable. Something which had a great deal of beauty and fresh air inside".

Aire reacts to this: Sproviero discovered that much of the typefaces of nowadays which are utilized for headings (best called display font styles) have almost constantly simply one, perhaps 2 weight designs. This was his chance to attempt something brand-new. Aire makes it simpler for the user to generate various levels/layers of interaction thanks to its variety of styles. With this font style you can solve whole ornamental pieces of design with simply one font style, and that was the goal of it.

Aire was created to be playful yet formal: While none of its alternates are activated it can be beneficial for brief to medium length texts; and when the user picks to utilize its open-type decorative glyphs, it can be useful for headlines with amazing results.

On March of 2012, Aire was chosen to be part of the most crucial exhibition of typography in Latinoamerica: Tipos Latinos 2012.


Aire is a family with numerous members. In total, the user can choose between nearly 6,000 (!) glyphs (1,000 per design). Each member has versions inside, which are open-type configured: The user decides which glyph to alternate, matching the amount of decor desired. Every decorative glyph has its weight adapted to the design it belongs to.

Exclusively for decor, Aire Fleurons Pro is an open-type programmed set of ornaments.

And lastly, remember Aire is fragile. What's my point? It is not suggested to trigger all the alternates at the exact same time. It is typo-scientifically shown: An optimum of 3 or 4 alternates per word would be ample.

Font Family:
· Aire Light Pro
· Aire Light Std
· Aire Roman Pro
· Aire Roman Std
· Aire Bold Pro
· Aire Bold Std
· Aire Light Italic Pro
· Aire Light Italic Std
· Aire Roman Italic Pro
· Aire Roman Italic Std
· Aire Bold Italic Pro
· Aire Bold Italic Std
· Aire Fleurons Pro

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