|Release Date||November 2018|
|Classification||Square Sans Serif|
|No. of Fonts||36|
|Weights & Styles
Roman & Oblique
|No. of Glyphs||1,200+|
|European Language Support||Yes, Latin only|
This typeface was created to capture the vibe of movie titles of European Cinema in the 1970s. Its main reference was a particular font that I could not identify being used for credits in a couple of Italian Giallo films. I liked its awkwardness, its weight and high contrast, and in particular the extended ‘M’ and ‘N’ glyphs that helped to give the type a distinctive voice.
In terms of style, Eurocine sits somewhere between Aldo Novarese’s Eurostile, and Walter Baum and Konrad Friedrich Bauer’s Folio. With Eurocine you get a more versatile typeface by way of its small caps and additional stylistic sets giving you extended caps, extended small caps, petite caps, as well as upper and lowercase unicase. Creating typographic masterpieces of your own will be so much easier!
There are 36 fonts in the full family, try them out here and then grab licences to use them at my type reseller partners.
Selected as one of Luc Devroye’s Best of 2018 (Display Typefaces).