Fortuna™ font family

Designed by Franko Luin in 1995
Fortuna has some resemblance with handtexted characters based, loosely, on the classic italic. But, like Ad Hoc, Fortuna is drawn on a monitor in every detail.
The name is Latin and means fate, luck. The composer Carl Orff was actual at the time when I worked with Fortuna, because he had been born 100 years earlier. Orff's Carmina Burana were being introduced on the radio when I was wondering what to call my most recent creation. The song cycle begins with a song to Fortuna: a fated choice of name.
Fortuna was released in 1995.

Fortuna Bold

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Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: FortuBol, FortuBol.afm, Fortuna
PostScript name: Fortuna-Bold
PostScript full name: Fortuna Bold
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US$ 35
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