Jessica Hische Delvard Gradient | Font Library | Typonine Carefully chosen display faces are invaluable to typographers. Unlike the text typefaces Marlene, Nota, and Tempera Biblio, display faces and their amplified features are meant to thrive at larger point sizes. Some are loud, like the jaw-droppingly bold Tesla Dynamo; some are delicate, like the spectral Typonine Hairline, and some, like Marlene High, are refinements of core letterforms. Regrettably, mainstream display faces are less sophisticated, often tending toward pastiche or parody which curbs their usefulness. But there are some, like Delvard Gradient, that exceed expectations. Based on the Art Nouveau-inspired Delvard, Delvard Gradient is no mere accessory – it’s an impressive and expedient Typonine innovation! Regardless of character count, the Inside, Left, Outside, and Right fonts will automatically adjust character weights to render an inward, leftward, outward, or rightward moving word gradient as you type. Typonine fonts are never underdone.
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