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Jovica Veljovic
Jovica Veljovic's neatly restrained typeface Morandi has all the sparse elegance of the Italian painter it's named for. Drawn to work in print and digital environments – with prominent punctuation that boosts legibility when seen on-screen – Morandi is practical as well as beautiful. Its large x-height, open counters and generous apertures lend this humanist design a welcoming tone of voice, while the bottom of rounded strokes in characters such as the c and s have been flattened slightly to improve distinction at large sizes.

The 48-typeface Morandi family offers eight weights, from ultra light to extra bold, in regular, condensed and extended proportions. It features over 800 glyphs with OpenType typographic features like small capitals, fractions, proportional and tabular figures, ligatures and stylistic alternatives.