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Atrament Font [PORTABLE]

Suitcase Type Foundry is an independent type foundry, founded by Tomas Brousil in 2003 in Prague, Czech Republic. They specialize in the design and digitization of quality fonts for professional use. Apart from retail type, they also produce custom typefaces for corporate use and other specific purposes on commission. The fonts in their library have been designed with utmost care and are meticulously kerned and hinted.

Atrament font

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The Atrament font family was originally conceived in 2003 as the corporate display type family for Suitcase Type Foundry. Its original source of inspiration is the front cover of the Devetsil - Revoluční slovník almanac (1922), designed by Karel Teige. The lettering on this cover is a condensed sans serif with rounded stroke terminals. Atrament is significantly broader than the model and its characters are better balanced, reflecting the evolution of semi-condensed sans serifs throughout the 1960s. The horizontal strokes of both lower and upper case are less stressed than the vertical stems. Noteworthy are the unusual tiny gaps in the apex and vertex of letters with diagonal strokes, designed to prevent ink from spreading and smudging the letter shapes. This detail is one of the main features of the font's character. The general feel of the italics closely matches the strictly vertical, parallel character of the regular cut.When converting the family to OpenType the alternate character shapes from the Alternator weights were incorporated in the regular cut, which allows the user to switch selected characters from one shape to another within the same font. A number of glyphs and accents were corrected, and all the glyphs missing in the Suitcase Standard character set were added, along with the relevant kerning pairs. The individual weights of Atrament Std thus contain accented upper and lower case, small caps, alternate glyphs for most European languages, nine types of numerals, superscript characters, caps glyph versions, and much more. Its narrow proportions make Atrament the perfect choice whenever economy of space is a must. It is however not very well suited for setting long texts. Ideal for headlines and display use, it is perfect for situations where the text needs to make a great impact in a little space.

Design: Tomáš BrousilNumber of fonts in a family: 10 (Light, Light Italic, Regular, Italic, Medium, Medium Italic, Semibold, Semibold Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)Number of glyphs per font: 818Release date: 2003/7

Published by Adobe Typekit, Atrament is an elongated font that becomes hard to read on long paragraphs. It is so thin that it is less legible in italic format but it will be your best choice if you are looking for a rigid, disciplined type to use on a title. You can see this on the navigation bar on the poster on the left (Menu, shop, blog, etc.)

Atrament is similar to Oswald, available via Google Fonts, as well as Knockout, a family of elongated fonts with flat feet that was used by Beyoncé on her 2013 album cover. Other similar fonts are Proxima Nova Extra Condensed and Roboto Condensed. Make sure to check them out if this is the look you are going for.

One of the most important parts of graphic design is without a doubt the use of typography. And with so many options out there nowadays, we thought it would be helpful to ask some industry experts to create a selection of the best 2023 fonts.

Not for most conventional brands, but all the better it will work for edgy and fresh brands. There will be more display fonts starring this best 2023 fonts selection, but Cheee is without a doubt one of our favorite fonts at the moment.

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Without a doubt, this is one of the best sans-serif fonts of all time. Whether you need to work on a long-form text, design a brand identity or create a contemporary website, this sans-serif family has all the options you need (and then some).

Often featured among lists of the best Adobe fonts and we completely understand this. With so many different weights and styles, you can come very far by just using this typeface for your project. For longer-form reads, however, we would advise adding a typeface for body text as well as Degular can be harder to read at a small scale for some people. Other than that, just an amazing typeface from the upcoming type foundry OH no Type Co.

Complete with 14 different weights and styles that will look great for any construction company or technical business. We find this font is not very suited for small use, such as body text, but great to pair up with a more legible sans serif.

Unique letter forms like this make Atyp one of the best fonts for logos as it will give your wordmark enough original features that can make an impact on your design. Geometric typography and clean, utility-inspired graphic design styles are still all the rage at the moment so characteristic fonts such as Atyp are among the best 2023 fonts to use for your design projects.

Looking for something different and fresh? Atrament by Tomáš Brousil is a very cool typeface with 8 different styles and weights and fully packed with extra ligatures to work with. This utility-inspired font with a friendly twist works perfectly for large-scale text and will immediately make an impact on your design.

One thing we always love to do is to create a great font pairing scenario. This way you can bring back the balance and keep the overall aesthetic exciting and original. To help you with creating font pairings and anything typography related, the lovely Amy Hood from Hoodzpah (exactly, from the earlier mentioned Beverly Drive typeface) has put out a typography bootcamp on YouTube which is free to watch.

Handwriting/script fonts, for example, are very popular at the moment but we had to give room to other styles as well. Check out our list of the best handwriting fonts for 2022 to fulfill your handwritten needs.

No,Atrament is not free to download. You will need to pay for it I'm afraid.Almost every font that we list on is a paid-for, premium font. We do have a Free Fonts section where we list free fonts that you can download. There is no point trying to find a free download of Atrament so please don't waste your time looking.

It is highly unlikely that you'll be able to find Atrament for free. There's a lot of websites that will say "Free Download" but these are just attempts to get you to click on a link which will either take you to an ad landing page or you risk getting viruses on your computer. In the rare occasion that you do find a free download for Atrament remember that it's illegal to use a font if you didn't pay for it!

If you really want Atrament and you want to truly own it the legal and safe way, then click here to visit the download and purchase page on Here you will be able to obtain the proper license. The designer and publisher deserves to be paid for their work, as they have put in the hours and the creativity to produce such an amazing font. Good luck with your purchase and future use of this font. :) 350c69d7ab


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