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TT Ricordi Greto

About font family

TT Ricordi Greto is the fifth typeface developed as part of the special project TT Ricordi. The essence of this unique series is to find hidden gems in inscriptions carved into old plaques and stones and bring them back to life in the form of modern typefaces.  

TT Ricordi Greto is an original experimental project by Kseniya Karataeva. Her main source of inspiration was a floor plaque dating to 1423, found within the Basilica di Santa Croce, Florence. While working on this typeface, we aimed to make it trendy and modern and, at the same time, keep and accentuate the authentic details. As a result, historical forms of this font go hand in hand with contemporary visual design approaches. 

TT Ricordi Greto is a low-contrast Florentine sans serif with dynamic proportions. This is the only sans serif in the TT Ricordi collection; however, it kept slightly visible serifs resonating with its prototype. Other visual characteristics of the typeface include a closed aperture, varying glyph widths, and fluid terminals with curling and flaring stroke ends.

The typeface features a large set of graphic icons (characters and objects), dingbats (flowers, stars, and teardrops), and thirteen catchwords. All icons and dingbats are carefully selected and crafted to complement and interact with the font’s visual aesthetics in the best possible way.

A robust and expressive typeface, TT Ricordi Greto is sure to attract attention. This typeface is well-suited for designing magazine covers, packaging, signs, and posters, as well as for branding and web design. 

The typeface TT Ricordi Greto includes:

  • 3 font styles (Regular, Medium, Demibold) and one variable font;
  • 678 glyphs in each font style;
  • 14 OpenType features; 
  • 194 languages support, with the characters of the expanded Latin and basic Cyrillic writing systems;
  • In each font style: 2 sets of figures and currency symbols (proportional and tabular), a set of arrows, alternates for the letter “M” (versions with vertical and old-style diagonal stems) and “Ф” (round and oval-shaped). 

Language support

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Team

Kseniya Karataeva—idea and type design
Yulia Gonina—art director
Ivan Gladkikh—technical director, kerning
Tasya Petelina—kerning
Yuri Nakonechny—mastering
Victor Rubenko—font hinting

Release date

September 8, 2021

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Specimen

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Poster Images

Graphic presentation at Behance

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+ extended writing system
TT Ricordi Greto
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Otf
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TT Ricordi Greto is a non-contrasting Florentine sans-serif

TT Ricordi Greto
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TT Ricordi Greto is Kseniya Karataeva’s original experimental project, inspired by a floor plaque dating from 1423 found in the Basilica di Santa Croce, Florence. When working on the typeface, we wanted to do something new and modern, but at the same time find details or artifacts in the source that could be exaggerated to the maximum.

TT Ricordi Greto
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Otf
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TT Ricordi Greto is the 5th project from the TT Ricordi collection of fonts

OpenType features

ss01 | Alternative Mm

Мм

Мм

ss02 | Alternative Cyrillic Ff

Фф

Фф

numr | Numerator

H123

H123

case | Case Sensitive Forms

({[H]})

({[H]})

Ideal font pairs with TT Ricordi Greto

What is a font pair, and what does it serve for?

A font pair is a combination of two fonts within one text block. Most often, one of the fonts in a pair is a more expressive headline font, and the other one serves to communicate information. Such fonts complement each other and help designers solve various tasks, like highlighting key elements, adding emotional expressiveness to the project, or separating semantic blocks.

How to choose fonts for a project: Several general recommendations

To begin with, establish the project's tone. Choose the fonts that stylistically match the main idea. After that, you need to determine the functions of each font in the project and their hierarchy: which font will complement the design and which one will serve to attract attention as the main element. You need to assess the difference between the fonts and decide what kind of information each of them should convey. First, we recommend choosing the base font you will use most, and then you can find a suitable pair for it.

Core principles of font pairing and recommendations from designers

The main rule you should follow when matching two fonts is that both similarities and differences must be visible between them. You can highlight the coherence of fonts by the following characteristics: contrast, proportions, width, openness of characters, individual letter shapes, and overall tone. Feel free to experiment with different combinations. We also recommend analyzing the projects you like: this way, you can enhance your visual skills, elevate your knowledge base, and gain confidence in dealing with typography.

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