Hostilica is a semi-serif family designed by mixing classic serifs in the age of romanticism era with contemporary modern shape and curves. It gives a warm, friendly, and inviting feeling without losing a formality of text fonts. Every weight was designed carefully to provide a unique look while maintained the unity of the type family.
A thin weight gives your content an elegant, luxurious design feel. While the regular weight, designed for body text, gives your content a warm and friendly design feel. The bold weight will make your headlines stand-out with its fat counters and curves.
Therefore, Hostilica will accomodate all your design needs, from text to display, from catchy to luxury. The italics of each weight will spice up your design project especially with letter ‘f,s,r,k, and y’. Those italic versions paired with alternate and discretional ligatures will add an organic feeling to your designs. The italic styles are designed by emulating a handwriting stroke, and will give a more personal feel while still maintained a formal sense.
- A book-setting bodytext.
- Book title or articles headlines.
- Label packaging design.
- Logo Design
- A warmth semi-serifs.
- Medium contrast.
- A chisel edge serifs.
- Geometric colors when set as paragraph.
- Numerous Discretional Ligatures.
- Standard Ligatures.
- Alternate characters.
- Oldstyle numbering by default.
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