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TreatiseDesigner: Richard Wheeler
Publisher: Zephyris
Writing was created by Richard Wheeler and published by Zephyris. Writing contains 4 styles and family bundle alternatives. p > Treatise was born in a notebook at the back of an uninteresting lecture on immunology with the easy thought of "How can I make a serif more enjoyable?" When writing a clinical treatise, there are very few options for making it satisfying. Nevertheless, some little peculiarities and enjoyable features in the font style can take the serious edge off the writing ...

Treatise is a light and open serif with some style quirks, which give it a somewhat calligraphic feel; a single -floor "a" and "g," a noticeable stroke mark on the "o," and a curved arm on the "k." These features are subtle enough to suit a paragraph of text but vibrant enough to give a title some character.

The Writing family includes a real italic and a heavy-struck design bold, and several OpenType functions; basic and discretional ligatures, contextual options, and various figure designs. The character coverage consists of Fundamental Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, and Latin Extended-A and will support most Latin-alphabet languages, including languages with more exotic characters such as Icelandic and Maltese.

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Tags: book, display, rustic, serif, text, true italic

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