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Manicuore

Manicuore is a hand-drawn typeface inspired on Italian movie posters by the prolific movie poster artist Symeoni (a.k.a. Sandro Simeoni). Being a talented and skilled painter, portraitist and illustrator, Symeoni enjoyed a long and fruitful career and was remarkably productive during the sixties and seventies. This all-caps font brings different lettershapes on upper and lower case slots, working as alternates to spice up your compositions. When using it in OpenType savvy applications just turn on contextual alternates feature to instantly cycle the lettershapes – a one click way for adding spontaneity while also preventing neighbor double letters from displaying the same glyph. To put the icing on the cake, Manicuore brings a quite cool set of graphic elements that match the typeface look and feel. It's for sure an inspiring toolbox for creative lettering designs, give it a try!

  • Manicuore otf (400)

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