Here’s a new take on an old favorite of mine, called Arcadia. The original font had a very strong contrast between the thick and thin strokes, making it suitable for use only in large point sizes. My version reduces that contrast, rounds the curves, and adds a tastly inline element to give it a little extra sparkle. The name is a Cajun term, meaning “a little something extra.”
Lagniappe Inline Font— Created in by
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