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AmrysDesigner: Ben Jones
Publisher: Monotype
Amrys was created by Ben Jones and published by Monotype. Amrys contains 16 designs and household plan choices. p > There's an appealing quirkiness about Amrys, which offers a confidently uncommon alternative to more standard designs. Its charm depends on its tapering pointers, bending stems, and unforeseen notches, which combine to recommend something of the chiseller's tool at work.

As a regulated serif, its letter shapes live in between serif and sans serif, providing the style a sense of pleasing irregularity-- something that's really highlighted at larger sizes. However this is also a typeface that works for text, injecting rhythm and texture into reading.

" It's distinctive, idiosyncratic, and strange," states its designer, Ben Jones. He started designing Amrys while studying an MA at Reading University, creating it in action to a brief for a magazine typeface.

Amrys includes a substantial and impressive character set. In addition to Latin, Amrys covers a number of scripts consisting of Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic and Armenian. The household consists of 8 weights, from Light to Black, with matching italics.

Font Family:
· Amrys Light
· Amrys Light Italic
· Amrys Regular
· Amrys Italic
· Amrys Book
· Amrys Book Italic
· Amrys Medium
· Amrys Medium Italic
· Amrys Semibold
· Amrys Semibold Italic
· Amrys Bold
· Amrys Bold Italic
· Amrys Extrabold
· Amrys Extrabold Italic
· Amrys Black
· Amrys Black Italic

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