Belleville FY font
Belleville FY font family features 4 different sub-families described by Fontyou as Decorative, Industrial, Urban and Flourished. Each of them is developed in 4 different weights from Thin to Bold and thus the family hits the total of 16 fonts. Inspired by 19th Century wood type the whole family is also influenced by modern Grotesk fonts and Slab serifs using their optimized legibility and mixing it with the original vintage style of old letter shapes. Belleville FY font is a successful experiment of uniting old and new in one place and maybe a breakthrough marking a new trend.
It is a nice surprise to see each of the style developed in 4 different weights which leaves more room for your creativity and expands the areas where the family could be used. Additionally you will find a big surprise in your glyph panel if you are using Open Type software – each of the 16 fonts of Belleville FY is equipped with 37 catchwords in 4 different languages, a lot of alternates and swashes, lovely ligatures and of course multilingual support so that you could create catchy headlines, nice logos, food packaging, wine labels and classic vintage posters. The enhanced legibility of the whole family will not limit you to use it only for print publication but also for web sites, applications, e-books etc.
All in all your work with Belleville FY will unlock countless number of new ideas and designs and will turn your creative process into real pleasure. The family is very useful and very professionally designed allowing you to use it without limits in many different print or screen medias.
Belleville FY font family is the latest treasure by Benjamin Lieb & Gia Tran, published by Fontyou – the first collaborative type foundry. Watch more of their awesome fonts here: LeanO Sans FY font, Chelly FY font, Coco FY font, LolaLola FY font, Klaus FY font, Paname FY font.
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Supported languages: Albanian, 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
Designers: Benjamin Lieb, Gia Tran