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Sacramento Pro Font

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Sacramento ProDesigners: Jim Lyles, Brian Bonislawsky
Publisher: Stiggy & Sands
Sacramento Pro was designed by Jim Lyles, Brian Bonislawsky and published by Stiggy & & Sands. Sacramento Pro consists of 3 designs and household bundle choices. p > The Sacramento Pro family of typefaces was inspired by a monoline, semi-connected script from hand-lettering artist pamphlet work of the 1950's and 1960's. With its sophisticated upright stance, it stands on a thin line between official and casual lettering designs, yet it has a commanding existence for headlines and titles. The Slim includes a great pen-line design, while the Stout design broadens the formal/casual dichotomy much even more than the original weight.

Opentype functions consist of:

- Contextual Alternates for preliminary and last forms.

- Stylistic Alternates for an alternate lowercase t.

- Discretionary Ligatures * for catch words like "and", "at", "by", "for", "of", "or", "the", "to", and "with".

- Complete set of Inferiors and Superiors for limitless fractions.

- Proportional and Oldstyle figure sets.

* Discretionary Ligatures not included in the Stout style due to heavyweight nature.

Font Family:
· Sacramento Pro Slim
· Sacramento Pro
· Sacramento Pro Stout

Tags: 1950s, 1960s, black, casual, classic, connected, elegant, holub, invitation, menu, monoline, monolinear, plump, rand holub, regular, retro, rollerball, script, slim, stout, wedding, wire

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