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Delima

Delima is a modern typeface based on hand lettering that consists of an irregular swirling and flowing that gives the impression of handwriting, so it looks beautiful. This Typeface suitable for wedding invitations, greeting cards, quotes, photo captions, posters, branding, design of water-based paints, correspondence, and a variety of other purposes.

Delima includes several Ligatures, Contextual Alternates,Stylistic Alternates, Stylistic Sets ( These alternates are accessible by turning on 'Stylistic Alternates' in Photoshop, or via any software with a glyph panel, e.g. Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop CC ), and has given PUA encoded (specially coded fonts).

Features :

  • Standard Ligatures
  • Stylistic Alternates
  • Contextual Alternates
  • Stylistic Sets

Files included :

  • Delima.otf
  • Delima.ttf
  • Delima Web Fonts Kit

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  • Delima otf (400)

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