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Lady Rene Font

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Lady ReneDesigners: Alejandro Paul, Laura Varsky
Publisher: Sudtipos
Designed by Alejandro Paul and Laura Varsky, Girl Rene is a hand screen font style released by Sudtipos.

Looking back on my production to date, neither so little nor so large, it does not come as a surprise to discover myself now introducing Lady René. A quick evaluation of my profession would read as follows: graphic designer finished from Buenos Aires University, a 10-year professorship in Typography in the exact same institution, an illustrator in the making. For almost 15 years now my work has focused on the style of editorial pieces, primarily books and CD sleeves. Typography proper has always been central to my research tasks. All my obsessions ultimately embodied as much the search for a perfect, pristine text when it comes to a bold and provoking one. In my view, "how-to-say-something" ranks greatest amongst a graphic designer's responsibilities. It was in this vein that I contacted the written word to show, to draw, to tell. Why not reverse the saying and announce that "a word is worth a thousand images"? If so, one single word could trigger endless meanings, associations, concepts, and memories in every reader's mind. Language, we understand, has a strong power and is a living expression of a culture. In my illustrations, letters and illustrations reunite in one synergy said and unsaid, the finiteness of the message and the flexibility of the free reading. And this is how and when, Woman René, my very first born type font style sees the light of day developed out of a love of illustration and a reverence for the composed word, remembering the whimsicality of the handmade drawing and reflecting its delicate, warmth and spontaneity. Made it possible for by the characteristics of Open Type and the difficult, impressive work of designer Ale Paul, Lady René succeeds in making up texts in a simple, organic way by methods of its contextual and stylistic alternates, swash characters, ligatures and connecting words. A bundle of ornamental miscellanea finishes the set of indications, enabling the user significant freedom to produce brand-new typographic landscapes. Lady René is then prepared, very much like a character in a narrative, to come to life in the reader's mind. I anticipate you will enjoy her as much as I did developing her.

- Laura Varsky.

Font Family: Lady Rene Regular

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