Font Family: Jeles, Number of fonts: 7*OTF + 7*WOFF, Type Foundry: Tour De Force, Designer: Slobodan Jelesijevic, Design date: 2015
Inheriting the beauty and style of old type classics from this genre, Jeles is blended with very elegant modern approach featuring soft corners, round slab serifs and tasty ball terminals. Jeles is designed mostly for display use and it is highly recommended to get the whole family if you want to get the best result. It is designed in two styles Condensed and Normal. The Condensed version is developed in two weights each coming with corresponding italics. While the Normal styles are three ranging from Regular, Bold and Black. The total of 7 separate fonts inside the family are quite enough if you look for diversity and flexibility at one place. You could use the uprights for more serious and strong headlines while the Italics work perfectly for more fresh and live subheads.
Of course editorial design is only one of the many directions where Jeles family could be used successfully as we all know typefaces with so visible contrast between thin and thick and combined with classic elegance, could be easily used in every design of cosmetic industry, fashion, food, jewelry, etc. Try to design a stylish boutique shop signboard and you will surely discover its beauty and potential. Easy-to-read, it is good for print design, revealing its authentic letterpress-like character as well as perfect for screen use note that the thin strokes and serifs are not that thin to vanish on a low resolution monitor. Professionally designed, they are solid enough yet very elegant and even gentle making Jeles a desired family design of attractive web banners, web sites, apps and e-books.