Choreo

VZWO Choreo Display

Styles

Display Thin Italic

Display Black Italic

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Part of the Choreo Collection

Description

This is the Display Family from the Choreo Collection. “Choreo” is the collection that consists of 5 graphic type­faces and puts dancing letters on the stage. Offering an already interesting combination of typefaces with both expressive and functional styles, which in their combi­nation become complementary players in the layout. With the banner-, display- and text styles, it is equipped for a variety of applications. All styles are exactly coordinated in terms of design, vertical metrics and italic angles. This allows for a playful / dancing mix with numerous possible combinations, even within single words. The both visual ends (banner and text) represent the “extremes” of this spectrum — hardly readable and easy readable. The display serves as the transition between those two. It is a balance between a typographic structure and texturality — able to convey contents and leave the observer amazed. The banner style creates identity and fulfills an ornamental, patterned role. Through composing with the different styles of “Choreo”, the user himself becomes the choreo-graph.

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Texturality

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Radikal

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Contextual Alternates | ON

H0123456789
H0123456789
H0123456789
H0123456789

Subscript, Superscript, Numerators, Denominators | ON

1/2   1/3   2/3   1/4   3/4   
1/8   3/8   5/8   7/8

0123456789/0123456789

Fractions | ON

1A   1a   2O   2o   No.

Ordinals | ON

0123456789
0123456789

Tabular Figures (Lining & Oldstyle) | ON

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0123456789

Oldstyle Figures (Proportional & Tabular) | ON

¡H   ¿H   H/H   H\H
H-H   H–H   H—H
(H)   {H}   [H]   «H»   ‹H›
H@H   H|H   H¦H

Case-Sensitive Forms | ON

ffb   ffh   ffi   ffj   ffk   ffl   fft
fb   ff   fh   fi   fj   fk   fl   ft

Ligatures | ON

Uppercase

Uppercase (contextual alternates)

Lowercase

Lowercase (contextual alternates)

Ligatures

Ordinals

Greek

Standard Figures

Black Circled Figures

Circled Figures

Lining Figures

Oldstyle Figures

Tabular Lining Figures

Tabular Oldstyle Figures

Figures (contextual alternates)

Denominators

Numerators

Fractions

Inferiors

Superiors

Separators

Punctuation

Punctuation (contextual alternates)

Symbols, Currencies, Math

Arrows

Accents, Accentmarks

Icons

Classification Display Semi-Serif
Styles 2 Styles
Glyph Count 771 Glyphs per Style
Release 05/2024 (first shown in 03/2023)
Version 1.0
Design Viktor Zumegen
Font Production Viktor Zumegen
File Formats (static fonts) .otf
.ttf
.woff
.woff2
Access All Alternates
Glyph Composition/Decomposition
Contextual Alternates
Localized Forms
Subscript
Scientific Inferiors
Superscript
Numerators
Denominators
Fractions
Ordinals
Lining Figures
Proportional Figures
Tabular Figures
Oldstyle Figures
Case-Sensitive Forms
Standard Ligatures
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