ITC Cerigo™ font family

Designed by Jean-Renaud Cuaz in 1993

About ITC Cerigo™ font family

ITC Cerigo is the result of a challenge which designer Jean-Renaud Cuaz set for himself: to create a typeface with the grace of Renaissance calligraphy but different from the numerous Chancery scripts. He calls Cerigo a 'vertical italic' and based it on 15th century calligraphic forms. The weights are carefully designed to complement each other and are made more flexible by a number of italic swash capitals. The flexible ITC Cerigo is suitable for both text and display.
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ITC Cerigo

1 Value Pack

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Cerigo Complete Family Pack

(6 Typefaces) -  2 variants
From US$ 179
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