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Ridewell

Ridewell is a wood type font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Kostas Bartsokas.

Ridewell is a wood type inspired typeface filled with amazing opentype features.
It has a wonderfully warm and letterpress vintage look and it comes in two styles, a regular and a printed/weathered version.
Both styles feature a full uppercase and lowercase set but also a variety of opentype goodies that make Ridewell unique and expand each style into a huge superset.
With over 1800 glyphs per style you can take full advantage of stylistic alternates (titling alternates in Adobe InDesign), contextual alternates, discretionary ligatures, ligatures, numerators, denominators and much more to create your own designs.
The combinations are just endless.
Ridewell comes in opentype TTF format and supports Western, Central and Eastern European languages.
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Ridewell is a wood type inspired typeface filled with amazing opentype features. It has a wonderfully warm and letterpress vintage look and it comes in two styles, a regular and a printed/weathered version.

Both styles feature a full uppercase and lowercase set but also a variety of opentype goodies that make Ridewell unique and expand each style into a huge superset. With over 1800 glyphs per style you can take full advantage of stylistic alternates (titling alternates in Adobe InDesign), contextual alternates, discretionary ligatures, ligatures, numerators, denominators and much more to create your own designs. The combinations are just endless.

Ridewell comes in opentype TTF format and supports Western, Central and Eastern European languages.

Foundry Kostas Bartsokas
Fonts 2
Price $25.00
Released 2013
Fontspring Debut 2014
Style Wood Type

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