|Release Date||March 2019|
|Classification||Old Style Serif|
|No. of Fonts||14|
|Weights & Styles||
|No. of Glyphs||900+|
|Alternates||8 (with Small Caps & Diacritics)|
|Figures||Proportional, Old Style, Tabular, Small Cap, Fractions, Superior, and Inferior|
|European Language Support||Latin Extended|
This typeface’s primary function is to create a pleasant reading experience. Eloquence is ideal for long passages of text where your story can be told eloquently with confidence. A comprehensive Latin character set comfortably accommodates your publishing requirements.
Having wanted to create a text typeface for some time, I finally found drawing inspiration during a trip to Italy, and, several months later, Eloquence is the result. It is my interpretation of Renaissance type that has been attributed to the likes of Nicolas Jenson, Aldus Manutius, and Claude Garamont. Featuring a large x-height, open bowls and counters, with razor-sharp serifs and terminals, Eloquence has a modern aesthetic with a strong classical influence. Inspired by the first printed letterforms from the Renaissance period, I am dubbing my interpretation Renaissance Remixed.
This 14-font family also has a few tricks up its sleeve by means of some neat, complementing discretionary ligatures and alternates that will prove to be useful embellishments to your typography.