Category: Fonts, Date: 28-12-2014, 13:34, Views: 587


The cross between calligraphy and sanserif is rare, inhabiting territory between Hermann Zapfs Optima, classical sans structure with a calligraphic spirit, and Warren Chapells Lydian, classical calligraphy without serifs.
Cyrus Highsmith claims adventurous new ground with Amira, a letterform that pops from the page with an angled vitality that both welcomes and surprises readers with bright new rhythms and texture.
Among other uses, Amira is recommended for Magazine, Book and Corporate use.

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