Tuileries Black

by laynecom

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Tuileries Black is a typeface heavily influenced by Hoftype's Danton as it can be found here: Of course, it somehow went into a different direction, but since Danton is far better, I recommend you buy that one instead of wasting your time here... ;-)
Info: Created on 7th May 2015 . Last edited on 18th May 2015.
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Comment by laynecom 18th May 2015
A neat modern serif font; I'd love to see (and use) a thinner version with diacritics :) Danton is no option as not so unusual
Comment by Aeolien 18th May 2015
Mind if I try smoothing this out to make it less square and making proportions better? (In Glyphs)
Comment by j4s13 18th May 2015
A good heavyweight face that is very readable.
Comment by p2pnut 19th May 2015
Great work here! I can think (IMHO) it's in progress... I'm hoping for the great results when the font will be completed, as usual!
Comment by elmoyenique 20th May 2015

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