Ainslie Slab by insigne
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Ainslie Slab typeface by Jeremy Dooley (insigne type foundry) is the latest addition to the crowded Ainslie font superfamily. Ainslie font family was originally designed for the Canberra Australia Centennial Typeface Competition. Its design is inspired by Canberra and surrounding areas – an entirely planned city’s strictly geometric pattern with several focal points, one of which is Mt. Ainslie. The city’s pure geometric scheme is enshrined in the Ainslie’s typeface design concept.
According to the established tradition Ainslie Slab offers a great multitude of variations: 3 widths (normal, condensed, and extended) each in 7 weights (from Thin to Bold) plus their matching italics – a total of 42 fonts. Ainslie Slab comes with a wide range of OpenType functions such as alternates, swashes and alternate titling caps allowing you to customize the look and feel. Also available are capital swash alternates, old style figures, and compact caps. Ainslie Slab font family has an extended character set supporting multiple languages.
Just as its “older” brothers in the Ainslie family the new Slab face is vivid, trendy, versatile and multipurpose. It’s equally good both for magazines, posters, headlines, or paragraph text. Ainslie Slab font is even more powerful combined with the rest of the family – the original Ainslie (Semi-Serif) and Ainslie Sans Serif.
Jeremy Dooley is American type artist, founder of the insigne type foundry. His vast collection of fonts is inspired by exciting worldwide destinations. Take a look at his Plathorn font, Oita font, Ainslie font, Aviano Gothic font, Cabrito font, Torcao font, Quatie font.
Supported languages: Albanian, Basque, Belarusian, Bosnian, Breton, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Lithuanian, Malagasy, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Welsh
Designer: Jeremy Dooley
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