Suggested Usage Print, Magazine, Newspaper, Company
Family Contains 12 weights
Fedra Serif A Greek include Greek characters that have a slightly different design than the Pro version. It is a simpler version with restrictions in the curved sections in order to suit the needs of the local market. In March 2003 the Greek Fedra Serif won the first prize in EBGE 2003 in Athens in the font design category. Instead of seeking inspiration in the past, Fedra Serif is a modern, complex font where aesthetic and technological aspects are related. The Fedra combines seemingly contradictory ways of drawing in an absolut however, harmonic font. Its humanitarian roots (handwriting pace); balance the rational design (rough grid on the computer screen);. Latin and Greek Fedra were conceived almost simultaneously and affect one another, not only the Latin towards the Greek but also vice versa. The result is a self-emancipated Greek font available in monotonic and in polytonic form. The version A match the proportions of Fedra Sans, a big height at lower cases (x-height); and small upward. The version B has increased contrast and elongated upward, which makes it ideal for high resolution printing or use in larger letters moments. The combination of these variants result in a font capable of providing solutions to complex typing problems.