Bianco Slab Font Family
Bianco Slab is a family of 12 fonts, optimised for use in editorial design. Its broad character set includes a number helpful features for quality typesetting. The typeface also it has the right personality for use in branding. A slab serif, the fonts’ design is mostly monolinear. The family’s six weights range from Light to Black, and each weight has both upright and italic fonts on offer. In Bianco Slab’s upright fonts, the lowercase ‘a’ and ‘g’ are each double-storied; these become single-storied in the italics. The upright fonts contain alternate, singe-storied versions of the ‘a’ and ‘g’, as OpenType alternates; their character sets also include alternate, rounder versions of the ‘e’ and ‘y’. Bianco Slab’s lowercase letters have a tall x-height. The ascenders just peak up above the tops of the capital letters. Each of the Bianco Slab fonts include small caps and more than three-dozen ligatures. The fonts’ default numerals are proportionally-spaced oldstyle figures; there are also lining figures, and full ranges of numerators and denominators available for easier fractions-typesetting, too. The fonts’ numerator and denominator range include not just numbers, but also lowercase letters, punctuation marks, and even mathematical operators. Each Bianco Slab font also include ten directional-arrow glyphs. The Bianco Slab family was designed by Rafael Jordán Oliver.