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Dolce Font

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DolceDesigner: Elena Albertoni
Publisher: Anatoletype
Dolce was designed by Elena Albertoni and released by Anatoletype. Dolce consists of 6 styles and family package choices. p > Dolce is the next step in Elena Albertoni's continuous exploration of handwritten letterforms that started with her typefaces Dyna and Scritta.

It is an attempt to show up at a more naturally flowing kind of handwriting, striking a balance between the organized and the casual, while taking a vital take a look at the possibilities and limitations of OpenType.

Dolce uses OpenType performance to accomplish a strong sense of spontaneity. To learn more please have a look at the Flash demo.

Dolce is available in two versions, the full font style and a simplified version called 'Fundamental'.

Because the uppercase letters of Dolce are vibrant calligraphic initials, they ought to be utilized just in mix with lowercase, and not in all-caps setting; to make it simpler for the user, Dolce includes an unique OpenType function that immediately replaces initials with small caps when words are completely embeded in capitals. The small caps set is calmer, fitting perfectly with the rest of the typeface.

This feature and assistance for Central European languages differentiate the full Dolce plan from its simpler version, Dolce Basic, that includes all the alternates and ligatures however supports only the Western character set and has no little caps.

In 2005 Dolce got the "Certificate of Excellence in Type Design" award from the Type Directors Club (TDC) of New York.

Font Family:
· Dolce Basic Thin
· Dolce Thin
· Dolce Regular
· Dolce Medium
· Dolce Bold
· Dolce Black

Tags: alternates, calligraphy, calm, connected, delicate, elegant, fashionable, feminine, handwriting, informal, invitation, ligatures, packaging, scrapbook, soft, swash, wishlist, woman

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