Inspired by the change that began in the middle of the 18th century, 1089 Display were designed. In 1739, the first cut-serif font called Fleischman's Roman was designed. A new form was created using the contrast weights here. The traditional structure was used, but it is possible to see various innovations in small letters. Circle forms have been given a more active appearance by using angles. In the same way, the feature was added to the ground by using an angle.
Mixed vertical angled stress
a b d f h i k m n p q Cut Feet in first style
a b d f h i k m n p q Serif was added in the second style
C G O Q 45 degree angle is used
b c d e f g o p q 45 degree angle is used
R K Straight, flared leg
Q y Swash-like tail
Format: OpenType Features
Release Date: January 2020
The 2020 version contains all characters.
The OpenType format is available in Macintosh and Windows.