Okay, this week we’ve got two interesting picks. Free font Fridays are still going strong and this week’s choices are solid.
STILU is a family of sans serif typefaces with a decidedly friendly point of view. While it may be sans serif, it is far from static, with script-like abilities that let the designer play. OpenType features include ligatures, small caps, small caps figures, old style figures, proportional lining and tabular lining figures. So much fun.
Designed by Alfredo Marco Pradil, Genome is a clean typeface with carefully created proportions for increased readability on screen. At first glance it’s surprisingly simple, but closer look reveals the subtlety and lightness that make this font so interesting for digital projects. This typeface is open source and free to use for personal and commercial projects.
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