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DemoDesigner: Aarya Purohit
Publisher: Indian Type Foundry
Demonstration was created by Aarya Purohit and published by Indian Type Foundry. Demo contains 10 designs and family plan alternatives. p > Demo is a flat-sided, technoid-style sans serif household. It has 10 fonts on deal; that's 5 various weights, each with a buddy italic. The italics are truly obliques, differentiating themselves from texts set with the upright fonts by their slant. Nevertheless, rather than calling the italic font styles 'inclined' versions of Demo's upright typefaces, we should rather state that Demonstration's upright fonts are 'straightened-up italics'. Much of the letter construction in the Demo typeface is actually italic, implying that it is inspired by handwriting. And this regardless of its being a sans serif with a nearly futuristic look. The 'a' and 'g' in Demonstration are both single-storey, but the mix of curves and corners in these two letters is best out of a 16th-century Italian chancery. The other significant feature of Demo is the strong mono-linearity present in all 10 of the fonts. Demo's letters do not include any noticeable stroke contrast: Demonstration's lowercase has a really tall x-height, and the capital letters are compact (the lowercase's ascender strokes increase above the caps rather). Demo does not need to be limited to use in display screen sizes just; its lighter weights might be utilized to set much shorter passages of body copy, too. Demo was developed by Aarya Purohit and the Indian Type Foundry (ITF).

Font Family:
· Demo Extralight
· Demo Extralight Italic
· Demo Light
· Demo Light Italic
· Demo
· Demo Italic
· Demo Medium
· Demo Medium Italic
· Demo Bold
· Demo Bold Italic

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