Elpy Variable

Price:
USD $200.00 (immediate download)
Designers:
Ian Lynam
Publisher:
Wordshape
Categories:
Fonts

Elpy Variable is a friendly rounded variable sans serif workhorse family inspired by all things music!

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Spanning 20 Condensed and Regular preset weights with true italics in 2 variable font files, Elpy Variable will fit right in with your record collection and your font collection!

Elpy Variable includes:
Light
Light Italic
Light Condensed
Light Condensed Italic
Regular
Regular Italic…

Semibold
Semibold Italic
Semibold Condensed
Semibold Condensed Italic
Bold
Bold Italic
Bold Condensed
Bold Condensed Italic
Black
Black Italic
Black Condensed
Black Condensed Italic
… and the hundreds of intermediary weights in-between!

Now’s the time!

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Elpy Variable is provided in hybrid OpenType/TrueType (.ttf) in your immediately downloaded .zip file.


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