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DesireDesigner: Charles Borges de Oliveira
Publisher: Borges Lettering
Desire was created by Charles Borges de Oliveira and released by Borges Lettering. Desire includes 13 designs and household package options. p > With over 5 years of style and development, Desire is a pursuit of epic percentages and prepared to make a statement by adding beauty and unique flair to your next design project.

Cultivated by his passion of letters, Charles Borges de Oliveira has developed one of his biggest typefaces to date. Including 644 alternate letters, 98 ligatures, 8 flourishes and 6 catchwords, Desire offers an expansive set of options to develop logos, headlines and titling. It is well suited for book covers, editorial, packaging, advertising, branding and more. From period style and Victorian to modern-day and stylish, Desire is strong and magnificent yet classy and decorous. A few of the alternate uppercase kinds include fragile line flourishes developing a subtle background for additional letters to rest-- the outcome is an intertwining and wonderfully thrived design. Unique ligatures surpass function and include eye capturing flair and style.

You'll delight in explore the different flourishes and styles. It's a different font style each time you utilize it.

Desire is genuinely a designer's dream come true!

A little video demonstrating how to utilize Desire in Illustrator CC

https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4Rb6_qC5tk


A note from MyFonts: to see some of the offered Stylistic Sets, attempt picking a various choice from the Sample text: drop-down option.


If your style software application has access to the glyphs combination then please only set up the Desire PRO font style. As this keeps all of the kerning intact and you have access to all of the alternates, ligatures, catchwords and flourishes.

Examples of design software application that use the glyph's combination are Illustrator, InDesign, Corel and different others.

If your software application does not have a glyphs scheme then you can either use the Windows character map (if you are on a PC) or an outside character map. A good one is PopChar.

Their site is: http://www.ergonis.com/products/popcharx/

If you pick to not utilize an outside character map then please set up Desire Fundamental and the other 11 typeface files. This has actually Desire broken down into several font styles so you can access all of the alternates, ligatures, catchwords and flourishes. The only downside to this is the kerning is lost. Guidelines are included in the Desire Character Map PDF.

Font Family:
· Desire Pro
· Desire Basic
· Desire Lowercase 1
· Desire Lowercase 2
· Desire Lowercase 3
· Desire Uppercase 1
· Desire Uppercase 2
· Desire Uppercase 3
· Desire Uppercase 4
· Desire Uppercase 5
· Desire Uppercase 6
· Desire Uppercase 7
· Desire Uppercase 8

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