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Ravensara Stencil | 9 fonts

Ravensara - new elegant high contrast font family with wide choice of weights.


Ravensara Antiqua Stencil is display font family with 9 weights, from Thin to Extrablack with hightest contrast. This font was inspired by old style classic typefaces, such as Didone and Baskerville, and got a modern feel by getting rid of unnecessary details and adding stencil elements to it.

Perfect for branding, packaging, headlines, posters, presentations, short texts.


Features:

  • 390 glyphs
  • 9 weights
  • 2889 kerning pairs
  • .otf and .woff files

Languages Supported: Latin Extended A (Western and Central European languages)


If you need any help or advice, please contact me by e-mail "plustic@ya.ru"

  • Ravensara Antiqua Stencil Thin otf (100)
  • Ravensara Antiqua Stencil Light otf (300)
  • Ravensara Antiqua Stencil Regular otf (400)
  • Ravensara Antiqua Stencil Medium otf (500)
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