Donatora Font Family
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Donatora was an attempt to soften a modern Bodoni and give it the characteristics of highly legibily text font. Gone is the sharp 90-degree angle of the bracket, in is the rounded, slighly heavier serif and a miniscule bracket. Modulation and stresses have been minimized in everything but the display weights. A chiseled transition was used frequently to reolve the connections between vertical stresses with the end of a serif or the resolution of a ball terminal. The italic is heavily inspired from sections of Bodoni's Manuale Tipografico with severe resolutions accomplished with the a more chiseled italic and the departure from some obliqued variants currently on the market. This chiseled transition is adopted as well but with greater severity.