Baldufa font is a very attractive typeface with strong individual features that will make any text look original yet easy-to-read. Strange as it may seem but the inspiration for this font with its rounded serifs, intricate curves and eccentric stems comes from human imperfection, which, we believe, adds additional grace and elegance.
Baldufa font is also a multi lingual project that comprises both Arabic and Latin scripts. Great attention is paid to the harmonious coexistence of both which makes the font perfect for any cultural texts and publications. In this sense, the concept of the Baldufa font is to create a tiny but strong link between cultures.
Both are designed with a great taste for experimentation as much attention is paid to the distortions of old printing patterns, which makes the font unique. The Latin style comes with all usual features – Italic, Bold and Regular, as well as Small caps and various other effects. In order to make Italic more dynamic and aggressive serifs have been removed in it, which in no way affects the legibility.
Although the Arabic design of the Baldufa font, which comes with Regular and Bold weights, reflects all traditional characteristics of the Arabic script, it still possesses its own quite individual taste and is different from the most common Calligraphic style. This is acquired through features like diminished contrast between curves and strokes, rounded top terminals and, in some occasions, slightly different letter shapes to add more expressivity.
Overall, if the Baldufa font is to be described in one word, we believe it will be – elegant!
The elegant style of the Baldufa font was highly appreciated as the typeface won several international awards such as: Gold Prize at the European Design Awards 2011, Granshan 2013 – 2nd Prize Award for Arabic text typefaces, Bronze prize at Morisawa Type Design Competition and a “Certificate of Excellence in Type Design” in the 2013 TDC2.
Letterjuice specialises in letters in a broad sense, from type design to lettering, from Latin to Arabic, passing through other scripts such as Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew and Thai. See also their Quars font.
Supported languages: Albanian, Arabic, Basque, Belarusian, Bosnian, Breton, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, 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