Designed by Robert Schenk, Vinetters is a monograms and novelty font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Ingrimayne Type.
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Vinetters has letters on the alternating leaves of a vine. It is monospaced and uses the OpenType contextual alternatives (calt) feature to alternate leaves as the vine snakes its way across the page, putting leaves with the base down between leaves with the base up. The family has two styles, one with transparent leaves and the other with solid leaves, and these two styles can be used in layers to add color. The family has a large set of accented characters but omits some symbols that are used primarily in technical text. Spaces between words can be left blank or filled with connecting vine using the brackets, trademark-infinity, doubledagger-summation, radical-approximatelyequal, or ﬁ-ﬂ characters. The characters on the leaves are derived from the typeface IngrianaCasual.
Topics for which using Vinetters may be appropriate include trees, plants, leaves, nature, changing seasons, and outdoor life.