Font >> Display - Swarha Neue 22242 by Absolut Foundry @ CreativeMarket

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Built in 1930 - 1935 by Dutch architect Wolff Schoemaker, Swarha Islamic Building was originally used as a lodging for the honoured guest country and the journalist for Asia-Africa Conference in 1955. This building has important role as the one of Bandung historical art deco heritage, with the art deco typefaces styles on it's singage in this building, make this building has more classic west and east taste.

Wolff Schoemaker was trying to combine the elements between eastern and western culture in design. And one of his works is the building Swarha Islamic Building in a circular design with a rounded and high dynamic angle.

Unfortunately, Swarha Islamic Building has been abandoned and and less attention and sensitivity by the local people it self to preserve this historic building. So I'm trying to raising the value of historical heritage by creating this typefaces.

This typefaces formerly adapted from Swarha Building characteristic it self, with solid construction and dynamic by adding classic taste on each characters this typefaces. With available two styles, Neue and Rounded represents classic architectural Swarha Islamic Building styles with tropical Bandung Art Deco taste.

This typefaces highly usable as the display type for your designs, and will fit with movie titles, magazines, your classic shops logo and signage designs, or you can use this typefaces as your web pages headlines.

And also The characters this typefaces is only uppercase styles, but it built with small caps on the lowercase featured, and additional Opentype Features was loaded in this typefaces, some stylistic alternates, accessible catchwords in the discretionary ligatures, and standard ligatures.

Keywords: display, retro, headline, vintage, classic, art deco, geometric, elegant, fancy, fashion, feminime, magazine, small caps, alternates, movies, signage, advertising, sans serif, poster, bold.

Tags: alternates, movies, small, magazine, signage