Arnhem Fine

Arnhem Fine
Designed by Fred Smeijers

Background

The Arnhem Fine fonts are the titling companions for the Arnhem family, initially designed for the Nederlandse Staatscourant in 1999. It is
a formal typeface that performs best in sizes larger than 14 point. Compared to Arnhem text fonts, the design of Fine is crisper in the details, such as serifs or curve connections. Another important difference is the design proportions - the Fine versions have longer ascenders and descenders, and bear a smaller x-height.

Arnhem Fine is the right choice for impressive title-pages, in which the drawing and general character of the typeface plays an important role. Arnhem Fine consists of normal and bold weights only, both with matching italic designs, and does not comprise typical text components, such as small caps or non-lining figures. The Fine variants complement the Arnhem text fonts, and complete the Arnhem family.

Arnhem Fine is available in OpenType PRO, TrueType, EOT and WOFF formats.
OpenType PRO character set is currently in development.

Language Support

Arnhem Fine OTF STD fonts support the following languages:

Afrikaans, Albanian, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish.

Arnhem Fine fonts are delivered as OpenType Pro, TrueType, WOFF & EOT formats.

Opentype Pro Features

  • Standard ligatures
  • Tabular Figures

Single weights

  • Arnhem Fine Pro Normal
  • Arnhem Fine Pro Normal Italic
  • Arnhem Fine Pro Medium
  • Arnhem Fine Pro Medium Italic
  • Arnhem Fine Pro SemiBold
  • Arnhem Fine Pro SemiBold Italic
  • Arnhem Fine Pro Bold
  • Arnhem Fine Pro Bold Italic
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