Enamela

12 fonts for

$120.00

Enamela is a sans serif font family. This typeface has twelve styles and was published by K-Type.

Enamela

12 Fonts

$120.00

Enamela Condensed Regular + Italic

2 Fonts

$20.00

Enamela Condensed Medium + Italic

2 Fonts

$20.00

Enamela Condensed Bold + Italic

2 Fonts

$20.00

Enamela Regular + Italic

2 Fonts

$20.00

Enamela Medium + Italic

2 Fonts

$20.00

Enamela Bold + Italic

2 Fonts

$20.00

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Enamela Condensed Regular

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Enamela Condensed Italic

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Enamela Condensed Medium

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Enamela Condensed Bold

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Enamela Regular

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Enamela Italic

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Enamela Medium

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Enamela Medium Italic

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Enamela Bold

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Enamela Bold Italic

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ENAMELA (rhymes with Pamela) is a monoline square sans that is now available as a normal width family in addition to the original condensed version. Although rooted in the early years of sans serif type, the Enamela fonts have a timeless quality that is practical and unpretentious.

The letterforms derive from vitreous enamel signage dating from the Victorian era and widely used in Britain for street nameplates, Post Office signs, the plates on James Ludlow wall postboxes, railway signs and direction signs, as well as for circular Automobile Association wayfinding plaques throughout the first half of the twentieth century. The quirky terminals stemming from the compression of geometric type invite comparison with the Charles Wright fonts used for UK vehicle registration plates.

The Enamela and Enamela Condensed families are both available in three weights - regular, medium and bold - each supplied with a free italic (optically corrected oblique).

A commonly used alternative M with a vertex that touches the baseline is provided at the Alt-M (µ) keystroke on a Mac, or Alt-0181 on Windows. A commonly used G with a plain vertical throat, no crosspiece, is assigned Unicode FF27 (full width capital G).

Foundry K-Type
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Fonts12
Price $120.00
Released2013
Favorited10
Style Sans Serif
Licenses Desktop
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