New Ayres Typeface

Category: Fonts, Date: 11-02-2017, 01:25, Views: 312

 

Based on my very first font creation, New Ayres keeps the same feel, but raised to high-quality level. Its long clean lines and soft curves merge old style and modern, giving a new meaning to timeless elegance.
Perfect for titling; with at least five alternates per letter, the possibilities become endless. Choose the one better suited for your project and make your text stand out immediately!
703 glyphs take part in this font, including a large set of alternates, ligatures and swashes for you to choose from.
With accents and special characters for languages, New Ayres supports 88 languages: Afrikaans, Albanian, German, Swiss German, Upper Sorbian, Asu, under Sorbian, Bemba, Bena, Norwegian Bokmal, Bosnian, Catalan, Czech, chiga, cornic, Creole Cape Verdean, Creole Mauritian, Croatian, Danish, embu, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Esperanto, Estonian, Euskera, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, Rialan, scottish Gaelic, Galician, Greenlander, gusii, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Icelandic, Italian, Kalenjin, Kamba, Kikuyu, Kinyarwanda, Kiroundi, kölsch, latvian, lithuanian, luo, luxembourgish, luyia, machame, makhuwa-meetto, makonde, malay, malagasy, maltese, manx, meru, Northern ndebele, nyankole, norwegian nynorsk, oromo, polish, portuguese, romeo, rombo, romanian, rwa, samburu, sango, sena, shena, shamble, Shona, rope, somali, swedish, swahili, taita, teso, Turkmen, vunjo, walser, zulu.
This font is PUA encoded: this means each character has a unicode name, and you may access any of them through this codes. Check FAQs for more info on how to access them.
Open Type features on the open type file: easy access for alternates and ligatures!

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