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VDL-KyoSensya FONT Download

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Download nowDesigners: Kyoko Katsumoto 葛本京子, Shigeru Katsumoto 葛本茂
Publisher: Visual Design Laboratory
VDL-KyoSensya is an original typeface design based on the “Sensya Moji” or Edo-moji style of lettering used for Japanese traditional printed stickers found at shrines that imparts a sense of history. The typeface is characterized by lively accented curved “Harai” brush strokes. Another unique and innovative feature of this typeface are strokes precisely aligned to the horizontal line. This typeface family has six weights, each of which has a sophisticated flavor that is different from any traditional brush-script typefaces. VDL-KyoSensya was an award winning design at D&AD in 2011.

The ethos of Visual Design Laboratory (VDL) is to balance the natural beauty of letterforms with rigorous standards for readability and legibility. VDL offers a comprehensive collection known as “VDL Designers Fonts” (VDLデザイナーズフォント), which is sure to resonate with designers seeking a typeface that’s highly individual while maintaining a broad appeal.

Supported languages: German, Spanish, Dutch, English, Polish, Russian, French, Czech, Swedish, Portuguese, Catalan, Italian, Slovenian, Maltese, Arabic, Devanagari, Greek, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Hebrew, Chinese (hk), Japanese, Korean, Tamil, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Turkish, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Bengali, Kannada, Cherokee, Thai, Armenian, Belarusian, Danish, Macedonian, Ukrainian, Norwegian, Serbian, Telugu, Malayalam, IPA, Latvian, Chinese Pinyin, Finnish, Filipino, Malay, Croatian, Kazakh, Romanian, Persian, Indonesian, Slovak, Hindi

File Size: 19.88 MB

Release date: September 27, 2017

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