What is the Enamel font?
Enamel is an inline bold condensed sans based on a modified version of Sorren. The original letterforms have been customized and carefully adapted to accommodate the monolinear inlay. The dual layers that make up Enamel are united as one with the Inline style, yet are available as separate styles for managing multicolor use.
Stylistically, Enamel expands on Sorren’s classic, timeless feel with the inline detailing exuding a feel reminiscent of traditional lettering and signage art. For more contemporary, experimental applications the two extreme layer styles can be used independently of each other extending its use beyond tradition. More…
Standard Ligatures set including ‘f’ ligatures (ff, fi, fj, fl, ffi, ffj, ffl, ae, oe, AE, OE)
Discretionary Ligatures set including (No [numero])
Alternate characters (Aringacute, hcircumflex, and numero sign)
Case forms (shifts various punctuation marks up to a position that works better with all-capital sequences)
Capital Spacing (globally adjusts inter-glyph spacing for all-capital text)
Full set of numerators/denominators superior/inferior numerals
Tabular Lining, Proportional Lining, Tabular Oldstyle and Proportional Oldstyle Figures
Automatic fraction feature (supports any fraction combination)
Extended language support (Latin-1 and Latin Extended-A)
*Requires an application with OpenType and/or Unicode support.
Enamel Font families
The Enamel includes the following font families:
- Enamel Base
- Enamel Inline
- Enamel Line
Here is a preview of how Enamel will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.