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Radal Font

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RadalDesigner: Sergio Leiva Whittle
Publisher: Untype
Radal was created by Sergio Leiva Whittle and released by Untype. Radal includes 14 styles and family package choices. p > Two times granted on Bienal Tipos Latinos 2012 and 2014, Radal is among the most expected releases for all those who know well the Latin American type scene. Influenced by the capricious and unstable southern Chile geography and the beauty of its landscapes, Sergio Leiva develops an expressionist typeface with a very humanist sensation. Leiva takes Radal's Czech and Venetian referrals a step even more by developing an unforeseeable mix of kinds and percentages which later on craft almost to domestication in order to satisfy its function of establishing an expressionist non disruptive text typeface.

Radal looks extremely well stabilized in long text settings, at the very same time decorating the page with a fragrance of calm wilderness. In display usage, Radal shines on its irregular nature a lot of unanticipated types and counter types. The Radal family is composed of 7 designs plus matching italics and a set of over 1400 glyphs (1600 on italics) filled with ligatures, alternates, swashes, ornaments, small caps, signs and a total arsenal of typographic resources for your delight.

Font Family:
· Radal Ultra Light
· Radal Ultra Light Italic
· Radal Light
· Radal Light Italic
· Radal Regular
· Radal Italic
· Radal Medium
· Radal Medium Italic
· Radal Bold
· Radal Bold Italic
· Radal Ultra Bold
· Radal Ultra Bold Italic
· Radal Black
· Radal Black Italic

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