Italian

A font that can write in cursive

di Monica Dengo
When we started our writing project at the Istituto Comprensivo di Terranuova Bracciolini, in Arezzo Italy, the idea was to write everything by hand. However, we realized that producing by hand all the necessary materials was impractical. So we decided to make Italica, a digital font. Read more ... »

Font OpenType. Meccanica e naturalezza del segno.

di Riccardo Olocco
Creating a font which reflects handwriting has always been a hard job. The serial uniformity of mechanically and digitally printed characters precludes the freeness of handmade strokes with all their quirky little imperfections.  Until recently, the naturalness of handwriting has been excluded in the mechanical repetitions of typographical print. Read more ... »