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"This typeface is based on worn-out lettering on tombstones in the St. Croce Basilica in Florence. For hundreds of years, microscopic particles of marble were carried away on the soles of visitors: the embossed figures became fossilized white clouds, fragments of inscriptions were nearing the limits of legibility. First missing were thin joins and serifs, then the main strokes finally slowly diminished into nothingness over time. Unlike an archaeologist, for whom even a completely featureless stele is valuable, the typographer must capture the proper moment of wear, when the type is not too new but also not too much decimated. Such a typeface is usable for catalogs, book jackets, invitations and posters."
Includes all original OpenType features and kerning pairs. Rebuilt as a true font family.
6 OTFs (in TT format, no reason to risk distorting glyphs by converting it back into PS), WFRs:
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