Torino Display Italic is digitally revived from an older photo-typositing face, with a ton of alternate and swash variants to give it a wide range of typographic possibilities. Some of the most interesting are the capital-sized versions of the lowercase a, e, m, n and r, each with their own swash alternates as well. This is a terrific font for display use and combines the best of both script and serif design elements.
Jukebox fonts are available in OpenType format and downloadable packages contain both .otf and .ttf versions of the font. They are compatible on both Mac and Windows. All fonts contain basic OpenType features as well as support for Latin-based and most Eastern European languages.
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