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Lust Font

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LustDesigner: Neil Summerour
Publisher: Positype
Lust was developed by Neil Summerour and released by Positype. Desire consists of 6 designs and family bundle options. p > Have a look at the brand-new Lust Pro & & Desire Pro Didone to see how the typeface has actually grown and evolved!

Confident and flexible, Lust is an exercise in indulgence-an effort to produce something over the leading and vastly useful.

If Lust appears both brand-new and familiar, that's because it is. The series unapologetically channels Herb Lubalin, however produced with an intentional, contemporary twist. There is an intentional slyness instilled in the letterforms-the severe thick and thin lines flow effortlessly without becoming unjustified. It's constantly just enough, not excessive. What makes the type series so attractive? The curves. When asked to describe the letterforms, the majority of people unknowingly mention the human kind, utilizing adjectives typically booked for explaining physical traits ... producing all-too-familiar contrasts. Summerour has actually grown to accept this as inescapable and affordable provided his acknowledgement of its impacts and has supplied nuances within the letterforms to accentuate that.

Intended to be set large, the typeface has both Standard (Desire, Desire Didone and a single unified Italic) and Show versions making it best for editorial usage and a versatile solution for any display requirement.

Font Family:
· Lust
· Lust Didone
· Lust Italic
· Lust Display
· Lust Display Didone
· Lust Display Italic

Tags: ball terminals, banner, catalog, crisp, didone, display, editorial, elegant, experimental, fancy, fashion, headline, high contrast, large, ligatures, luxury, magazine, numbers, serif, sharp, swash, titling

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