Spira font family

About Spira font family

Calligraphers of the Italian Renaissance adapted ancient models to create “italic” and “roman”, a consciously dramatic departure from standard Church Gothic. Punchcutters followed calligraphy until the French court adopted the formality of Aldus & Griffo’s Aldine Bembo model. Andy Stockley has returned to the vivacity of 15th-century calligraphy, capturing the soaring spirit of the Venetian originals like no other reviva.
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Font Designer: Andy Stockley

Spira

Desktop fonts

7 Typefaces

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STD supports at least 21 languages.

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Spira Light
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Spira Light SmallCaps
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Spira Light Italic
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Spira Regular
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Spira Regular SmallCaps
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Spira Regular Italic
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Spira Bold
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