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CassiusDesigner: David Súid
Publisher: W Type Foundry
Cassius was developed by David Súid and published by W Type Foundry. Cassius consists of 12 styles and family plan options. The font is currently # 44 in Hot New Fonts. p >

Cassius & & Cassius Italic are a postmodern typeface system from the Garaldes family.

The main attribute of this type family is its inverted anatomy and projected terminals. Cassius was thoroughly created with special focus on its structure. With its proposition for a fresh, attractive and rhythmic system, Cassius offers excellent personality to all sort of composition.

The family consists of 5 weights from regular to black, with respective Italics. Each instance includes; Case sensitives Accents, Ligatures, Portions, Little Caps, Old Style Figures, Case Sensitives (signs and punctuation) and more.

This font style is best for books and publications structures, and in basic for the building of immersive printed or digital texts.

Cassius Specimen

Font Family:
· Cassius Regular
· Cassius Regular Italic
· Cassius Semi Bold
· Cassius Semi Bold Italic
· Cassius Bold
· Cassius Bold Italic
· Cassius Ultra Bold
· Cassius Ultra Bold Italic
· Cassius Black
· Cassius Black Italic
· Cassius Variable
· Cassius Italic Variable

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