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Emblema Headline font family – vintage display fonts by Duván Cárdenas of foundry Corradine Fonts.
The basic structure of the Emblema Headline font family refers to Emblema 65, which is an Art Deco style typeface that draws inspiration from display lettering of the early decades of the 20th Century.
Emblema Headline is equipped with 52 layered fonts. The family was made by type designer Duván Cárdenas of foundry Corradine Fonts to be a typographic solution for graphic designers who are looking for a vintage Art Deco style typeface with a unique and classic personality as well as high quality. The family comes with four different layers, each of them is equipped with three or four different looks, which results in a total of thirteen different variations. You can choose between different styles such as Basic, Deco, Swash or Extraswash. The worn look gives the family an old screen-printed character.