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After Marcovaldo, here comes Visconte: a new singularity variant expanding the Calvino typeface family by Andrea Tartarelli with Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini e Francesco Canovaro.

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Silversmiths
Allurements
Evangelicals
Insurrection
Spiritualism

OVERLONG
PENITENCE
BEHOLDEN
HERALDRY
JADEDNESS

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Designed by Andrea Tartarelli part of Singularities SET released in 2023

After Marcovaldo, here comes Visconte: a new singularity variant expanding the Calvino typeface family by Andrea Tartarelli with Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini and Francesco Canovaro as a branding font for the Desina Graphic Design Festival in 2023. It takes the design of the original Calvino typeface in the "brutal serif" territory, expanding spiky serifs and creating unexpected distortions and connections while keeping the original calligraphic old style structure of the Calvino Family.

The typeface takes its name from Italo Calvino's famous novel "Il Visconte Dimezzato" and uses the lowercase letter "i" as a way to evoke its surreal premise, with its titular character split in two by a cannon ball. The whole family expands on the contrast axis of Calvino, going beyond the "Grande" subfamily to look for a more extreme contrast, to be used mainly in display / poster size.

Raw and unapologetic, this variant of Calvino has all the ruthless fascination of the italian middle ages, and it's thought for editorial headlines, posters and book covers, and other attention-grabbing designs. Visconte is perfect for pushing boundaries and creating a design that stands out from the crowd, so if you want to make a bold impact, Visconte is the font for you.

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    Standard Ligatures
  • 12/23
    Fractions
  • 1a
    Ordinals
  • 12360
    Proportional Figures
  • 12360
    Oldstyle Figures
  • 1234
    Tabular Figures
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    Alternate Annotation Forms
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    Denominators
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    Scientific Inferiors
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    Numerators
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    Slashed Zero
  • Qaty
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  • a
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  • aekrt
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  • QCc
    alternate QCc
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    alternate caps
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Il Visconte Dimezzato.

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La battaglia cominciò puntualmente alle dieci del mattino.

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Dall’alto della sella il luogotenente Medardo contemplava l’ampiezza dello schieramento cristiano, pronto per l’attacco, e protendeva il viso al vento di Boemia, che sollevava odor di pula1 come da un’aia polverosa. «No, non si volti indietro, signore,» esclamò Curzio2 che, col grado di sergente, era al suo fianco. E, per giustificare la frase perentoria, aggiunse piano: «Dicono che porti male, prima del combattimento». In realtà, non voleva che il visconte si scorasse, avvedendosi che l’esercito cristiano consisteva quasi soltanto in quella fila schierata, e che le forze di rincalzo erano appena qualche squadra di fanti male in gamba.

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            [8] => <p>After Marcovaldo, here comes Visconte: a new singularity variant expanding the Calvino typeface family by Andrea Tartarelli with Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini and Francesco Canovaro as a branding font for the Desina Graphic Design Festival in 2023. It takes the design of the original Calvino typeface in the "brutal serif" territory, expanding spiky serifs and creating unexpected distortions and connections while keeping the original calligraphic old style structure of the Calvino Family.</p>
<p>The typeface takes its name from Italo Calvino's famous novel "Il Visconte Dimezzato" and uses the lowercase letter "i" as a way to evoke its surreal premise, with its titular character split in two by a cannon ball. The whole family expands on the contrast axis of Calvino, going beyond the "Grande" subfamily to look for a more extreme contrast, to be used mainly in display / poster size.</p>
<p>Raw and unapologetic, this variant of Calvino&nbsp;has all the ruthless fascination of the italian middle ages, and it's thought for editorial headlines, posters and book covers, and other attention-grabbing designs. Visconte is perfect for pushing boundaries and creating a design that stands out from the crowd, so if you want to make a bold impact, Visconte is the font for you.</p>
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<p>The typeface takes its name from Italo Calvino's famous novel "Il Visconte Dimezzato" and uses the lowercase letter "i" as a way to evoke its surreal premise, with its titular character split in two by a cannon ball. The whole family expands on the contrast axis of Calvino, going beyond the "Grande" subfamily to look for a more extreme contrast, to be used mainly in display / poster size.</p>
<p>Raw and unapologetic, this variant of Calvino&nbsp;has all the ruthless fascination of the italian middle ages, and it's thought for editorial headlines, posters and book covers, and other attention-grabbing designs. Visconte is perfect for pushing boundaries and creating a design that stands out from the crowd, so if you want to make a bold impact, Visconte is the font for you.</p>
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