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Normatica is a neutral typeface inspired by advertising letters used as letterings on shop windows during period of Normalization (the 60s—90s) in former Czechoslovakia. The complete font family consist of 24 styles in 6 weights (Thin—Black) with matching Italics where every style is followed by his Display counterpart. The difference between default and display styles is tighter spacing in Display fonts and different design of punctuation and diacritics accents. Beside the complete set of Latin, Normatica includes Cyrillic characters as well.  Mixture of Normatica and Normatica Display can be effectively used for both text and display usage.

24 fonts • 6 weights (with Italics) • 
2 font variants (Normatica/Normatica Display) • 
702 glyphs • Latin + Cyrillic support
© Samuel Čarnoký (2015—2016)

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