Inkwell Tuscan

Letters with split serifs have been called Tuscans since the nineteenth century, when they became one of typography’s most exuberant species of letterform. In most Tuscan faces, serifs are drawn as fishtails or figure-eights, a motif that’s difficult to apply to letters without serifs, most conspicuously the capital O. Inkwell avoids this gaffe by instead rendering each of its gestures with a pair of opposing, outwardly-bowed strokes, a unique approach in which the entire typeface can participate. Inkwell Tuscan is a cheery addition to both the Inkwell family and the Tuscan style, with six colorful weights that progress from bucolic to rustic to burlesque.

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Features

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    Numerics. For tables and charts, Inkwell’s Serif and Sans styles include a “Numeric” range that contains tabular figures and fractions.

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    Stylistic Sets. Inkwell uses an advanced feature of OpenType-savvy applications, allowing designers to transform the look of the font with a single click.

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    Language Support. Inkwell features our Latin-X™ character set, covering more than 140 languages throughout the world — including all of Central Europe.

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