Alverata

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What is the Alverata font?

Gerard Unger’s new typeface Alverata is a twenty-first-century type-face inspired by the shapes of romanesque capitals in inscriptions of the eleventh and twelfth centuries, without being a close imitation of them. It is additionally based on the early twentieth-century model, but tweaked so as to prevent blandness and monotony.
Alverata performs beautifully in both screen and on paper, delivering excellent legibility. Its letters are open and friendly in small sizes and lively and attractive in large sizes. They are robust, and show refinement in their detail. It is an extensive type family, with versions for both formal and informal applications. More…
Alverata consists of three different fonts: Alverata, Alverata Informal and Alverata Irregular, that variate in form and width, but maintain the same spirit. The ‘irregular’ version is particularly inspired by the Insular letterforms, the uncials, and their constantly changing positioning. Alverata PanEuropean includes Greek and Cyrillic relatives.
The typeface strikes a balance among Europe’s diversity of languages, combining contemporary typographical practices with features of medieval letterforms, from the time when Europe came into being.
Visually, some written languages, such as Czech and Maltese, differ quite strongly from languages like English and German, notably because of their many accented characters. While other typefaces will show this difference, Alverata removes it. As a result, Alverata enables harmonious convergence of languages.

Alverata Font families

The Alverata includes the following font families:

  • Alverata light
  • Alverata Light Italic
  • Alverata
  • Alverata Italic
  • Alverata Medium
  • Alverata Medium Italic
  • Alverata Semibold
  • Alverata Semibold Italic
  • Alverata Bold
  • Alverata Bold Italic
  • Alverata Black
  • Alverata Black Italic
  • Alverata Informal Lght
  • Alverata Informal
  • Alverata Informal medium
  • Alverata Informal Semibold
  • Alverata Informal Bold
  • Alverata Informal Black
  • Alverata Irregular Light
  • Alverata Irregular
  • Alverata Irregular Medium
  • Alverata Irregular Semibold
  • Alverata Irregular Bold
  • Alverata Irregular Black

Alverata Preview

Here is a preview of how Alverata will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.


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