About font family
The display TT Espina typeface has been updated and now supports Cyrillic-based alphabets!
The 2.000 version boasts thoroughly revised kerning, enhanced hinting, more OpenType features, an extended character set, and new stylistic sets.
TT Espina is a display Antiqua with expressive serifs. To create it, our designers drew inspiration from the historical form of the letter O that acquired a rhomboid shape during the printing process quality. The final product is a modern typeface with high contrast between horizontal and vertical strokes.
TT Espina is yet another proof that serifs can be stylish and expressive display fonts suitable for contemporary projects. This font is an excellent choice for poster headlines, billboards, gallery and exhibition designs, large-format printed materials, and websites.
TT Espina stands out among other Antiquas due to its narrow proportions, high contrast, expressive and large serifs, closed aperture, and diamond-shaped bowls. Narrow characters add a unique aesthetic to the font. Each character in TT Espina attracts attention, making the headlines typed in it particularly eye-catching. Designers will appreciate the large set of icons the font includes.
The updated release features improved and extended kerning; refined hinting for each character; additional glyphs for the extended Cyrillic and Latin-based alphabets; a larger base and minuscule sets of currency symbols; fractions and numbers for numerators and denominators; new stylistic sets for Cyrillic-based scripts, the dotted zero symbol, and filled and unfilled negative circled digits.
TT Espina, version 2.000, includes:
- 7 font styles: 6 roman and one variable font;
- 1113 glyphs in each font style;
- 38 OpenType features, counting in the possibility to transform shapes of certain characters and substitute high-diacritic characters with their low-diacritic counterparts, which is convenient for designing posters with dense inter-line spacing;
- 230+ languages support.