Dalcora™ font family


Designed by  Erwin Koch in 1989

About Dalcora™ font family

Dalcora was designed by Erwin Koch in 1989 in a single weight. The most distinguishing characteristic of this font is its unusual proportions. Text fonts are usually designed with more delicate horizontal strokes as the verticals, but Dalcora is exactly the opposite. Its slight slant to the right and the round forms of the letters make the font dynamic and cheerful. Dalcora is intended exclusively for headlines in larger point sizes.
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Font Designer: Erwin Koch

Dalcora

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Dalcora

1 Family



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33 languages.

Dalcora™ Regular

-  1 variant
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