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FF CasusDesigner: Eugene Yukechev
Publisher: FontFont
FF Casus was created by Eugene Yukechev and published by FontFont. FF Casus contains 12 designs and family package options. p > FF Casus was drawn for print-- however is likewise as natural for textual material in interactive design. It brings warmth and a subtle, handmade quality to pages in books and regulars in addition to banners and informational copy on big and little screens. It sets perfectly with a wide variety of sans serif typefaces to produce welcoming and simple to check out text copy.

Drawn by Eugene Yukechev, FF Casus is a fresh take on the robust serif typefaces produced early in the 18th century. The FF Casus typeface household takes benefit of somewhat narrowed percentages, moderate contrast in stroke weight and an ample x-height to attain high levels of legibility and effective use of space.

Born in Novosibirsk, Russia, in 1980, Yukechev earned degrees in philology in addition to editorial and graphic design. He likewise finished from the British Higher School of Style in Moscow, studying type and typographic design. Yukechev now runs the Moscow-based studio "Schrift Publishers" and the online "Type Journal" with his colleagues.

The six weights of FF Casus-- each with an italic complement-- are available as OpenType ® Pro typefaces with an extended character set supporting most Central European and many Eastern European languages.

Looking for something brand-new-- with the panache and warmth of an old book face? FF Casus may be the ideal choice.

Font Family:
· FF Casus Pro Light
· FF Casus Pro Light Italic
· FF Casus Pro Regular
· FF Casus Pro Regular Italic
· FF Casus Pro Book
· FF Casus Pro Book Italic
· FF Casus Pro Demi Bold
· FF Casus Pro Demi Bold Italic
· FF Casus Pro Bold
· FF Casus Pro Bold Italic
· FF Casus Pro Black
· FF Casus Pro Black Italic

Tags: books, comfortable, contemporary, early 18th century, fresh, large x-height, long content, magazines, readability, serifs, traditional book

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