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Paulo Goode
Eloquence has a modern aesthetic with a strong classical influence – this is the “Renaissance Remixed”. While being inspired by the first printed texts of the Renaissance period, this typeface has contemporary features such as a high x-height, open bowls and counters, along with razor-sharp serifs and terminals. It has been designed specifically for creating a pleasant reading experience. With a comprehensive character set, Eloquence can comfortably handle printed documents such as novels, magazines, annual reports, along with their equivalent online/digital formats. This 14-font family also has a few tricks up its sleeve by means of some neat, complementing discretionary ligatures and alternates that will prove to be useful embellishments to your typography. Small Caps are included too, along with corresponding diacritics meeting the Latin Extended specification. You can view more details, design examples, and a specimen PDF at Key Features: • 14 font family – 7 weights in Roman and Italic • Small Caps, Alternates, Ligatures, with Proportional, Old Style, Small Cap, Fractions, Numerators, Denominators, Superior, and Inferior Figures • Full European character set (Latin Extended) • 900+ glyphs per font.
Old Style Serif