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Braisetto Font

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BraisettoDesigner: Adam Ladd
Publisher: Adam Ladd
Braisetto was designed by Adam Ladd and released by Adam Ladd. Braisetto includes 5 styles and family plan choices. p > Braisetto is a handwritten, signature typeface household with 5 weights, several alternates, and natural ligatures. Inky and meaningful yet readable and practical, this typeface is developed to look individual and be helpful in a variety of applications. It can stand strong on its own or be an excellent complement to pair with other typefaces. Pick from any of the five subtle weights to satisfy the need. Braisetto is excellent for branding, packaging, screen, items, cards, and more.

Features consist of: several stylistic alternates, automated double-letter ligatures, automatic title-case ligatures, preliminary stroke alternates, ending flair alternates, 5 weights, and matching ornaments built into each font.

All alternates, ligatures, and ornaments are PUA-encoded for more availability in a variety of programs. This typeface has extensive Latin language support for Western, Central, and South Eastern European with over 650 glyphs in each font style.

Font Family:
· Braisetto Thin
· Braisetto Light
· Braisetto Regular
· Braisetto Bold
· Braisetto Black

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