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The Pseudonym font family, a low-contrast, subtly-flared serif with a lovely vintage touch.
Paulo Goode, an Irish type design has created the Pseudonym font family in 2016. The slightly vintage inspired typeface is based on a low-contrast with subtly-flared serifs. Pseudonym comprises four weights across three styles in both roman and italic versions. The typeface can be used for logo designs or diverse branding projects. It’s also a great choice for signage or retro poster designs. Its incisive flared serifs blend perfectly with the sturdy look of contemporary grotesque faces. The Pseudonym font family offers a unique presence with great legibility in any media. More information below.
Paulo Goode has added numerous OpenType features to the family. The various features include some alternate characters, several ligatures, catchwords, small caps with their corresponding diacritics and figures, etc. Especially the alternate characters will help you to create unique logotypes with ease. The complete family is available as both ordinary desktop typeface and webfont. For additional information, please follow the link below.
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