The Brenta font family, a crisp serif typeface by Ludwig Übele.
German graphic and type designer Ludwig Übele has created the Brenta font family in 2015. This family looks like a classic serif with open counters and well balanced proportions. Because of its crisp design caused by sharp edges and sturdy shapes, Ludwig Übele decided to use a name that refers to a range of mountains in northern Italy. Strong serifs and open terminals convey a sense of clarity and elegance. This easy to read family with its diverse weights and italic versions can be used for both headlines and text.
A very special feature of the Brenta font family is a set of alternate stencil characters. But that’s not all! Ludwig Übele has equipped this family with a range of helpful OpenType features such as ligatures, superiors and inferiors, tabular figures, fractions, and many more. Brenta is available as both webfont and conventional desktop font.