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Jeles Font

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JelesPublisher: Tour de Force Font Foundry
Jeles is a serif typeface family. This typeface has 7 styles and was released by Tour de Force Font style Foundry.

Inheriting the appeal and style of old type classics from this genre, Jeles is blended with really sophisticated modern-day approach including soft corners, round piece serifs and tasty ball terminals. Jeles is developed primarily for screen use and it is extremely recommended to get the entire family if you want to get the finest outcome. It is developed in two styles Condensed and Typical. The Condensed variation is developed in two weights each coming with corresponding italics. While the Typical designs are three varying from Regular, Vibrant and Black. The overall of 7 different font styles inside the family are rather enough if you try to find diversity and flexibility at one location. You might use the uprights for more major and strong headings while the Italics work completely for more fresh and live subheads.

Of course editorial style is just one of the many directions where Jeles family could be used successfully. As we all know typefaces with so noticeable contrast in between thin and thick and integrated with classic sophistication, might be easily used in every style of cosmetic market, style, food, jewelry, etc. Try to design an elegant store signboard and you will certainly find its beauty and potential. Easy-to-read, it benefits print style, exposing its genuine letterpress-like character in addition to perfect for screen use. Keep in mind that the thin strokes and serifs are not that thin to vanish on a low resolution monitor. Expertly designed, they are solid enough yet really classy and even gentle making Jeles a preferred household style of attractive web banners, web sites, apps and e-books.

.Font Family:
· Jeles Regular
· Jeles Italic
· Jeles Bold
· Jeles Bold Italic
· Jeles Black
· Jeles Condensed Regular
· Jeles Condensed Bold

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