DK Au Revoir is a handwritten font which has fashion plus flair, with subliminal don’t-mess-with-me undertones. Designer David Kerkhoff created a e lowercase o which caught my eye: It’s virtually a heart, however not very.
Even though they are normal (400) fat, Au Revoir’s glyphs are very petite. As a comparison, the limit height of a few of the uppercase letters (L for example) are equal to the same point size Times New Roman font, alternative letters (B, E, R) are just 2 thirds the scale. The lowercase letters reach the full limit height, nevertheless have an x-height means under the median. But, the additional tall ascenders inside Au Revoir add to the font’s processed nature, as well as the diminutive size shouldn’t distract within the detail that’s gone into this font: Au Revoir is really well-executed, plus involves over 9,000 kerning pairs to guarantee any a copy, it’s going to look best.
Au Revoir contains all upper plus lowercase glyphs, numbers, usual punctuation, accented characters, plus certain unique characters like the Euros signal. But, again run this by the suitability filter: Au Revoir may look stunning for casual utilize at models greater than 24 point. It usually add class to any brochure, flier, or newsletter; however, is an understated font which doesn’t need attention. Don’t send an audit announcement with Au Revoir or Comic Sans.
The free (for individual employ only) demo of Au Revoir doesn’t include the full kerning control, contextual plus stylistic alternates, ligatures, or extensive code help we receive with all the full variation. Additionally, the embedding is limited inside the demo. Contact Kerkhoff for the full, commercial-use variation.
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