A tasty treat, fresh from the kitchen, Bonche is a soft-serif type family of 14 styles in 7 weights with its matching italics.
Inspired by the eccentricity of early 20th century typefaces – such as Belwe, Cooper, Souvenir, and Windsor – Bonche has a bit funky looks but not that fancy. It has a neutral appearance yet not so boring. With its “high x-height” and “medium-contrast stem ratio”, this typeface is easy to get people’s eyes.
The bolder weights offer a typography solution for your food branding, headline, book cover, article titles, or product packaging. The lighter weights can be used for longer texts or paragraphs.
It’s developed to support a wide range of languages. Bonche covers 200+ languages which use Latin-based letters, including the special Polish kreska. It also has an extended Cyrillic charset to cover more Slavic languages, including the customized Bulgarian & Serbian letterforms. Thanks to the OpenType features built-in that make those things possible.
Hint: switch your typing language to Bulgarian to use the Bulgarian forms, switch your typing language to Polish to use the Polish Kreska, and so on.
Last but not least, here are some key features Bonche has:
⁃ 730+ glyphs per font
⁃ Standard & Discretionary Ligatures
⁃ Extended Latin charset
⁃ Customized Polish kreska
⁃ Contextual alternate to use “the uppercase German Eszett”
⁃ Extended Cyrillic charset (plus Bulgarian & Serbian forms)
Please get a taste of Bonche Light for free (including for commercial purposes). Don’t forget to taste the other fonts in the whole family to get the full experience with Bonche.
Have a great day!