Cooper Black Italic Pro

Price:
USD $20.00 (immediate download)
Designers:
Oswald Bruce Cooper, Ian Lynam
Publisher:
Wordshape
Categories:
Fonts

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Cooper Black Italic Pro is a digital interpretation of Oz Cooper’s original Cooper Black Italic that features OpenType swash caps as alternate glyphs alongside the full upper and lower case character set.

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Just as Cooper Black Italic were originally founded with the swash capitals as separate alternate characters, the swash capitals are included in the font as additional glyphs. Included are swash capitals for I, K, L, W, and X, not included in Cooper’s original design. Originally released in 1926, Cooper Black Italic has gone on to help define the American vernacular design aesthetic through its copious, billowing appearance. Cooper Black Italic Pro’s characters are drawn from Oz Cooper’s original drawings and do not feature the odd curves that most digital versions of the typeface have.

The typeface is spaced and kerned for maximum usability.

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All Wordshape typefaces are provided in desktop OpenType (.otf), TrueType (.ttf) and web font (.eot, .ttf, .woff, .woff2) formats and will be included in your immediately downloaded .zip file.


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