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TT Berlinerins Font

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TT BerlinerinsDesigner: Ivan Gladkikh
Publisher: Typetype
Created by Ivan Gladkikh, TT Berlinerins is a multiple category font style family. This typeface has two designs and was released by Typetype.

TT Berlinerins is a contrast set of typefaces which is basically our homage to Berlin. Similar to in the city itself where historicity and modernity are intertwined, the stylish script in our typeface family signifies the modern Berlin, and the sans-serif inspired by the wood-type poster kinds of the first third of the 20th century is accountable for the historic component of the city.

The idea of this project emerged in the beginning of 2016 when we fulfilled Evgenia Pestova, a calligrapher from Berlin, who shared the contemporary perspective on calligraphy and the city impressions with us. The wood-type sans-serif appeared later on, after our another associate had checked out Berlin and informed us his fascinating story about the things she had seen. The city has plenty of contrasts-- it is extremely modern-day and extremely classic at the very same time. The pictures and the impressions from the journey have also become the basis of our job. That is how we have actually included a little of old Berlins roughness and inhomogeneity.

TT Berlinerins Script consists of 998 glyphs, including more than 240 swashes for which we've written a special feature. We've likewise drawn a large number of ligatures for TT Berlinerins Script and incorporated broad support of OpenType features: ordn, frac, case, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, tnum, pnum, calt, liga. TT Berlinerins Grotesk includes uppercase letters, includes a set of uncommon ligatures and broad support of OpenType functions: ordn, frac, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, tnum, pnum, liga, salt and two stylistic sets ss01, ss02 for the ampersand.

Font Family:
· TT Berlinerins Script
· TT Berlinerins Grotesk

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