Omnibus™ font family

Designed by Franko Luin in 1993
Omnibus is one of my absolute favourites. My intention was to design a typeface as easy to read as Baskerville, without being a copy of it. It is easy to see that I was influenced by Baskerville, e.g. in the open lowercase g.
I had in mind to design a Baskerville with the looks of the Baskervilles used in earlier typesetting. I put aside those plans for a while (but fulfilled them later on) and dedicated myself to Omnibus. In both cases my aim was to achieve a typeface with darker looks than the most used Baskerville. The name has nothing to do with buses, it is Latin with the meaning of for all". It is also in the name of Omnibus Typografi.
Omnibus was released in 1993."

Omnibus Italic

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Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: LT_59188.ttf
Windows menu name: Omnibus
PostScript name: Omnibus-Italic
PostScript full name: Omnibus Italic
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US$ 35
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