Fresco Sans Condensed

Fresco Sans Condensed
Designed by Fred Smeijers

Background

A large multipurpose type family by Fred Smeijers, which was first shown in Items, the Dutch design magazine, in October 1998. The character of Fresco can be described as a refreshment of traditional and conventional issues: being definitely a contemporary typeface, it shamelessly embraces all the good given by tradition. Professional users might like the typographical reach of the Fresco family. It can be used to set serious reading matter, but equally it blends very well into the corporate world; magazines are another area of use.

The main branch of the big Fresco family tree is formed by the fonts suitable for the most fundamental use: plain text. These text fonts are available in serif and sanserif versions. Fresco Sans is also available in condensed versions. Both the Fresco and Fresco Sans font families have five weights: light, normal, semi-bold, bold and black, all with lining and non-lining figures. Small capitals are available only in normal and bold weights: in serif, sans and sans condensed. The small capital fonts have figures that line on the small capital height.

Fresco and Fresco Sans are available in OpenType STD, TrueType, EOT and WOFF formats.
After Fresco and Fresco Sans come Fresco Informal and Fresco Script.

Language Support

Fresco Sans Condensed OTF STD fonts support the following languages:

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

Fresco Sans Condensed fonts are delivered in OpenType Std, TrueType, WOFF & EOT format.

Single weights

  • Fresco Sans Cond Light
  • Fresco Sans Cond Light Italic
  • Fresco Sans Cond Normal
  • Fresco Sans Cond Normal Italic
  • Fresco Sans Cond SemiBold
  • Fresco Sans Cond SemiBold Italic
  • Fresco Sans Cond Bold
  • Fresco Sans Cond Bold Italic
  • Fresco Sans Cond Black
  • Fresco Sans Cond Black Italic
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