Jeremy Dooley of Insigne is on a roll. After the release of Cabrito Flare earlier this month, he just announced the arrival of the Winsel, a stunning vintage font family.
Winsel is a bold new typeface that comes with a sharp and angular design based on pointed brush strokes. The font is just perfect for vernacular poster lettering in the style of the 1920s to 1950s. Just think of the times of the British Empire. Its robust appearance will direct the mind of your readers to the importance and significance of your messages and titles.
The entire family consists of 54 font styles ranging from thin to black weights. It also ships with OpenType features, small caps and oldstyle figures as well as alternates. In addition, Winsel supports most European Latin-based languages.
Available as a desktop font or webfont. MyFonts are also offering licenses for digital ads, apps, ebooks and servers. By purchasing more than one license, you will get a discount of up to 50% on the cheaper one(s).
Introductory offer: Get 79% off until December 06, 2019.