Retro Soft Serif Typeface
|Release Date||April 2020|
|No. of Fonts||12|
|Weights & Styles||
|Alternates||75 (plus diacritics)|
|No. of Glyphs||730|
|European Language Support||Latin only|
Cream is a soft serif typeface inspired by Oswald Bruce Cooper’s eponymous type family designed 1918-1924. I am sure you can immediately see the influence, but Cream has its own unique flavour; I have aimed to achieve a more uniform and balanced typeface that has smoother curves and more consistent lines – along with a plethora of useful features…
Cream includes many decorative alternates and ligatures that will add distinctive flourishes to your typographic compositions. When used subtly, these swashes and glyph combinations will add flair and personality to your own creations. Perfect for titling and branding, Cream also packs a punch without these features activated.
There are 12 fonts altogether, ranging from Light to Black weights in both roman and italic. It has an extensive character set that covers all Latin European languages.