Egizio font family


Designed by Aldo Novarese in 1955

About Egizio font family

Italian designer Aldo Novarese first created Egizio in 1955. Egizio is a Clarendon-style typeface, based on type fashions that were especially common in Britain during the 19th Century. This font is a popular choice for newspaper headlines.

Egizio

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Egizio

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Egizio Condensed -  1 variant
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