Voces is usually a new graphic answer for the glyphs on the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), thinking about the distinct use-case of bilingual dictionaries. For this purpose, the typeface was conceived as a sans serif with gradual strokes, generous counterforms, a large “x” height, and short ascenders and descenders. These capabilities try to resolve the troubles of spatial economy and print fidelity that dictionary typesetting presents. Ink traps had been applied with consideration for the aesthetic and functional needs. Voces was chosen for exhibition in Tipos Latinos 2010.
Voces is made by Ana Paula Megda and Pablo Ugerman.
Updated January 2016: The non-breaking space character is now empty and set towards the same width because the space character.
License: Personal & Commercial Use!
Font Type: Free
Format: OTF, TTF
File Size: 58 KB
Total Files: 1