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Amarone Font

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AmaroneDesigner: Carl Crossgrove
Publisher: Monotype
Amarone was designed by Carl Crossgrove and published by Monotype. Amarone includes 1 style. p > Amarone is a spiky calligraphic display screen typeface with some old made flavour. It was created by Carl Crossgrove, and includes an extensive set of swash caps which permit extra drama where required.

Crossgrove wrote each of Amarone's letters by hand utilizing pen and rough paper, and has kept some of this visual texture in the last digital design. The typeface works well at small sizes, however when utilized at bigger sizes this texture comes forward. Amarone's sophisticated, formal character can be modified with its swash caps, which allow the typeface to move from prim and ordered to hugely expressive.

Amarone provides itself well to packaging, posters and editorial usage-- or in any environment where designers need to evoke times passed.

The Amarone typeface includes a substantial character set with assistance for over 130 languages, and a range of OpenType typographic functions including ligatures, preliminary and terminal kinds, figures, portions and swashes.

Font Family: Amarone Regular

Tags: calligraphic, calligraphy, drama, elegant, exhuberant, expressive, flair, formal, hand-writing, handwriting, handwritten, monotype, nib, pen, rough, script, swash, texture, versatile

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