Simonetta Font

by Brownfox

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Italian
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4 font family styles

Regular Style

Simonetta
truetype 229 glyphs 220 characters

Black Style

Simonetta Black
truetype 232 glyphs 224 characters

Black Italic Style

Simonetta Black Italic
truetype 231 glyphs 224 characters

Italic Style

Simonetta Italic
truetype 229 glyphs 220 characters
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    About Simonetta Font

    The Simonetta font is named in honour of Simonetta Vespucci. She was considered to be the most beautiful woman in Renaissance Florence and was nicknamed 'La Bella Simonetta.' She was a model for Sandro Botticelli's painting 'The Birth of Venus' and many of his other female characters.

    The Simonetta font is inspired by Italian Humanistic typefaces, but it is contemporary and has many original features. It has one-sided serifs and soft drops, is slightly slanted (some two degrees) and the Italics have the same slant. The Romans and Italics differ from each other only in their shapes, with the italics being much more calligraphic and angular.

    Designed by Gayaneh Bagdasaryan for Brownfox. To contribute to the project contact Gayaneh Bagdasaryan.

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    Robyn Broyles
    RobynBroyles
    5 years ago

    So beautiful it makes my heart grow. Thank you!