Salome Stencil Regular
Salome Stencil Italic
Salomé's characters are broken down to create a stencil typography. Available in round and italic versions, Salomé Stencil is a variant that plays with the drawing, making part of the strokes disappear but keeping the recognizable structure of the characters. We see for example how the capital "U" or "N" lose part of their thin antlers, the same happens with diagonals of "v" or "x". This game goes further and, as in a magic trick, some strokes disappear completely, as in the case of the numbers "4" and "5".
The design of broken shapes does not forget the ligatures, creating a visual paradox with the very idea of these composite characters. Salomé Stencil is intelligent and seductive. Its shapes invite us to imagine the invisible and make it very suggestive, especially in its italic version where the precision of its curves leaves us speechless. A display of sensuality and beauty!
Samples of Salomé
Salomé is a type family with a unique and flavorful design. Freely inspired by the didones shapes, its pure, high contrast strokes have a glamorous sensitivity. It’s an elegant and eye-catching typeface, a little sexy, useful for editorial design, logotypes, packaging and interesting titling.
Salomé, nueva familia tipográfica de Atipo
El estudio asturiano Atipo acaba de publicar su nueva familia tipográfica, Salomé. Disponible en descarga gratuita y bajo el sistema Pay what you Want.
Typeface review: Salomé
Didones are back — were they ever really out? — and Salomé is at the front of the pack. Full of a massive array of ligatures and stylistic alternates, small capitals with variant punctuation, and more superiors / inferiors / fractions / ordinals than you can dance for over dinner, Salomé is a unique, seductive serif family.