Category: Fonts, Date: 5-01-2015, 22:23, Views: 3148


Jessica Hischeís typeface for Moonrise Kingdom set the tone for a sweet movie about youthful innocence. Inspired by director Wes Andersonís quaint aesthetic and the titles from La Femme Infidéle (1969), Tilda is formally dressed, without hiding its raw, intentional naïveté. Unusual for a script typeface, it comes in two size-specific styles to preserve its delicate qualities for uses big and small, on page or screen.
Tilda Petite was optimized for smaller settings, while the details and proportions of Tilda Grande shine at large sizes.
Tilda includes a variety of contextual alternate glyphs, ligatures, and shortened finishing strokes to improve character combinations that would otherwise be problematic. There are also a handful of stylistic alternates that allow for subtle changes in the look and feel of the typeface.

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