The Quattrocento Roman typeface is often a Typical, Sophisticated, Sober and strong typeface.
Their huge and open up letterforms, and also the good x-height, enable it to be extremely legible for system textual content at modest measurements. As well as their tiny facts that only shows up at larger dimensions make it also excellent for display screen use.
Several of their distinct features are:
Lower Contrast. The thins are merely a tad thiner when compared to the thicks, practically monotone.
Cupped, tapered stems that flows normally into your serifs.
Distinct K, R and & tail.
Cupped B, D, E, F, P, Q, R and T.
The Q is usually a humble expression of admiration and gratitude for Doyald Young.
Alternate M, Two W alternates .
Narrow L, T for better fit.
Just about flat top serif on the lowercases.
Shoulders of the m and n rise above the serif.
Serif-less bottom j and y.
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