Conglomerate, a unique type family designed by Gregory Shutters for foundry Typetanic Fonts.
Here comes a very special typeface. Gregory Shutters’ Conglomerate font family can be considered as a serif typeface, but wait, it also has aspects of a sans… The font is both edgy and rounded as well as calligraphic but yet geometric. So what is it? Type designer Gregory Shutters says it’s “all and none of these things.” Conglomerate is indeed an unorthodox but yet subtle type family that blends different typographic traits. The result is a unique and versatile typeface with large, open counters that ensure great legibility in both text and display size. Its crisp and clean look is a perfect match for typographic projects that require both a contemporary design with a traditional touch. The full family consists of 6 weights ranging from Light to Black plus true Italics for each weight.
For professional typesetting, Gregory Shutters has equipped the Conglomerate font family with an extensive set of OpenType features including small caps, proportional, tabular, lining, and old style numerals, case-sensitive punctuation, ligatures, arbitrary fractions, localized forms, and elevated, underlined ordinal indicators for English, French, Spanish, Italian, and other languages. To get a closer look at this family, check out the images or follow the link below.
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