ONAMURA is an experimental serif font family. Initially, its letterform was inspired by the gothic style of Romance decorative letters in transitional art in the Middle Ages. The conservative type in the Gothic era, especially in decorative romance, has led to the Victorian style being embedded in several forms as accents related but not forced to be combined. Rounded serif seems conventional combined with historically relevant letterform to create a harmonious blend. The art nouveau style also inspires this typeface. Approach to architectural ornamentation from 1880 to 1915, adopting the dynamic lines and curves typical of the civilization of the time.
The elegant and refined details seen in this font provide a new aesthetic input, satisfy contemporary style, and give a range of choices for luxury typographic projects. This font is perfectly suited for high-impact headlines. Advance open-type features are stunning on logos, branding, magazines, website, etc. Paying homage to predecessors, Balibilly Design presented The Onamura font in a Japanese Ukiyo-e style that influenced the fine arts movement that broke old conservative art in Europe.
– 858 Glyphs, 204 Stylistic Alternates, 66 Ligatures.
– Uppercase, lowercase, Numbers, Punctuation, Symbol, Marks.
– Small Caps.
– Case-sensitive Form.
– Discretionary Ligatures.
– Stylistic Alternates ss01, ss02, ss03, ss04, ss05, ss06, ss07, ss08, ss09, ss10.
– Multilingual support, including Western European, Central European, and Southeastern European
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