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TT Hoves Font

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TT HovesDesigners: Ivan Gladkikh, TypeType Team, Pavel Emelyanov
Publisher: Typetype
Created by Ivan Gladkikh, TypeType Group and Pavel Emelyanov, TT Hoves is a sans serif font style household. This typeface has twenty styles and was released by Typetype.

TT Hoves finishes the TypeType typeface trilogy devoted to contemporary sans serif. The first was TT Standards-- the universal geometric sans for the largest possible series of tasks. The second was the neutral sans TT Commons, which was originally developed as a corporate typeface for TypeType studios.

Unlike the first two typefaces consisted of in the trilogy, TT Hoves has an unique character, however without too brilliant bursts or kinks-- it's not too neutral and is moderately brilliant. We wanted to produce a sans serif with identifiable patterns and geometry that would be perfectly matched for solving visual issues in such areas as architecture, style, industry, science, astronomy, drawing, high tech, research study, area, statistics.

The typeface name TT Hoves originates from a shortened combination of two words: horizontals + verticals (ho + ve), which is meant to stress the fact that vertical and horizontal strokes predominate in the style of the typeface. Other distinct features of the TT Hoves style are doglegs in letters like f t J r j and the shape of the internal junctions of diagonal 2-point strokes (A W M N V X), which is intended to include a square and highly advanced touch to the image. The stroke thickness tends to a single width for the entire range of designs, with natural payments in the boldest styles.

The TT Hoves font household consists of 20 font styles: 10 weights (from Hairline to Black) and 10 matching italics. Each of the styles consists of 1348 glyphs. TT Hoves covers practically all languages utilizing the Latin alphabet, along with most languages utilizing Cyrillic. In addition, in TT Hoves you can discover a small capitals for Latin and Cyrillic and a great deal of ligatures and stylistic alternates. In order to make it easier for you to utilize stylistic alternates, we have actually divided them into different stylistic sets, one letter per set.

We likewise did not forget the mathematical and navigation indications, drew currency signs and included all kinds of numbers. A complete list of helpful OpenType functions that you can find in TT Hoves: no, frac, ordn, case, c2sc, smcp, ccmp, locl, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, tnum, onum, lnum, pnum, dlig, liga, calt, salt, ss01, ss02, ss03, ss04, ss05, ss06, ss07, ss08, ss09, ss10, ss11, ss12, ss13, ss14, ss15, ss16, ss17. Separately, we want to draw your attention to premium and in-depth hinting, which is created to help the typeface work well in a small size and even on small screens.

Font Family:
· TT Hoves Hairline
· TT Hoves Hairline Italic
· TT Hoves Thin
· TT Hoves Thin Italic
· TT Hoves Extra Light
· TT Hoves Extra Light Italic
· TT Hoves Light
· TT Hoves Light Italic
· TT Hoves Regular
· TT Hoves Italic
· TT Hoves Medium
· TT Hoves Medium Italic
· TT Hoves Demi Bold
· TT Hoves Demi Bold Italic
· TT Hoves Bold
· TT Hoves Bold Italic
· TT Hoves Extra Bold
· TT Hoves Extra Bold Italic
· TT Hoves Black
· TT Hoves Black Italic

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