Typefaces used on rvillas.com.br
About this font
Coolvetica is a scratch built, sans serif font, based on an American chain store logos circa 1970. Coolvetica recreates that 1970s custom display lettering look with really tight kerning and funky curls. The tails on the R and a have been left out to allow even tighter spacing. This is not a text font. Coolvetica is a pure display font, intended for big, funky headings and titles. Coolvetica has class based kerning, math symbols, fractions and numeric ordinals.
About Larabie Fonts
Larabie Fonts typefaces were created by me, Ray Larabie. I became interested in fonts in the early 70’s when my grandmother gave me sheets of dry transfer lettering. I began creating typefaces with pen and paper and later, on my first computer, a TRS-80. In 1995, I launched Ray Larabie’s Freeware Typeface of the Week. In 1996, I redesigned the site, changed its name to Larabie Fonts. In 2001, I launched Typodermic, my commercial site devoted to larger families of fonts available at very reasonable prices.
About this font
Named for the classical mathematician, Thomas Phinney’s Hypatia Sans is a geometric sans serif with humanist undertones. Hypatia echoes the basic form of geometric designs from the 1920s and '30s, and adds features derived from classical oldstyle typefaces and inscriptional lettering that give the design a balance between cold geometry and warm organic form. The letters are expressive at larger sizes, and are still clear and readable at text sizes in short paragraphs.
Adobe has been a leader in type design and technology for over 30 years. New programs like Adobe Type Concepts focus on agile font development and community feedback, while the Adobe Originals typeface collection is known for its quality, elegance, and broad language support.