Riva™ font family

Designed by Martin Wait in 1994

About Riva™ font family

ITC Riva is the work of English designer Martin Wait and appeared with ITC in 1994. Its letters form gently flowing words and sentences and the light stroke contrast makes the font stable yet lively. The contemporary typefaces of the 18th century influenced the forms of ITC Riva and its overall image brings to mind flowing white sundresses, fields of flowers and tea parties. Perfect for invitations and greeting cards, the capitals of ITC Riva can also be used as initials and combined with other alphabets.
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Type Gallery: Riva
Font Designer: Martin Wait


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Std / OT CFF

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21 languages.

Riva™ -  2 variants
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