Outras Fontes' New Release: Alegria family

Hello type community,

I'm here to anounce a new release from my independent foundry. That's Alegria, a display type family designed for joyful communication. It is composed by Alegria Roman (with upper/lowercase and oldstyle figures), Alegria Caps (with uppercase, small caps and lining figures), Alegria Bright (am open face small caps version) and Alegria Fill (that can be used as a second layer with Bright or Caps faces to create multiple colors on the text).

Alegria familyis already available to purchase at MyFonts. I hope you enjoy it! :-)

Dan B.'s picture

Love the Bright + Fill effect! Good stuff.

Igor Freiberger's picture

Parabéns pelo lançamento, Ricardo!

It's always interesting to see Brazilian type designers releasing quality fonts. Alegria has a nice, freshy feel. And the name is as insightful as the fill compostion.

There is any reason to your glyphs be shown in an unusual order at MyFonts? Not a problem, of course, but I became curious. Little suggestion: you may explain what the word Alegria means to non-Portuguese speakers.

outrasfontes's picture

Thanks Dan, Mike and Igor!

Igor, I'll try to figure out why the glyph map appers in that unusual way. Anyway, it does not affect any function of the fonts themselves. They have a complete set of Western, Central European, Baltic, Turkish and Romanian encodings.

BTW folks, Alegria means Joy. :-D

outrasfontes's picture

Thanks Dan, Mike and Igor!

Igor, I'll try to figure out why the glyph map appers in that unusual way. Anyway, it does not affect any function of the fonts themselves. They have a complete set of Western, Central European, Baltic, Turkish and Romanian encodings.

BTW folks, Alegria means Joy. :-D

outrasfontes's picture

Sorry for the duplicate. Typophile's bug.

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