Constantia is a serif typeface designed by John Hudson and commissioned by Microsoft. It is a transitional serif design, influenced by Eric Gill’s Perpetua design. Development of the typeface began in 2003 and it was released in 2006. Constantia is part of the Clear Type Font Collection, a suite of fonts from various designers released with Windows Vista.
All start with the letter C to reflect that they were designed to work well with Microsoft’s Clear Type text rendering system, a text rendering engine designed to make text clearer to read on LCD monitors. The other fonts in the suite are Calibri, Cambria, Candara, Consolas and Corbel.
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Font Type: Free
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