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Alonzo downloadDesigners: Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell, Teo Tuominen
Publisher: Fenotype
Alonzo was designed by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell, Teo Tuominen and published by Fenotype. Alonzo contains 24 styles and family package options. The font is currently #8 in Hot New Fonts. 

Alonzo is a modern cosmopolitan who speaks several languages fluently. Alonzo comes in six weights and two widths, as well as corresponding italics, making a total 24 styles.

Alonzo is an elegant, simplistic, high-contrast sans that is at home in high-end fashion and cultural environments, as well as in the world of restaurants and nightclubs.

While Alonzo Condensed is more illustrative and works best in display use, headlines, logotypes, labels and all that, Alonzo Regular works in a wider range of contexts, from body text to editorial and catalogs and more.

Alonzo is equipped with several OpenType features such as oldstyle figures, small caps, Standard Ligatures, Superior and Inferior Figures. In addition Alonzo has Stylistic Alternate lowercase 'a' with round Bowl.

Me llamo Alonzo. Mucho gusto, piacere di conoscerti, nice to meet you!

Font Family:
· Alonzo Cnd Extralight
· Alonzo Cnd Extralight Italic
· Alonzo Cnd Light
· Alonzo Cnd Light Italic
· Alonzo Cnd Regular
· Alonzo Cnd Regular Italic
· Alonzo Cnd Medium
· Alonzo Cnd Medium Italic
· Alonzo Cnd Bold
· Alonzo Cnd Bold Italic
· Alonzo Cnd Extrabold
· Alonzo Cnd Extrabold Italic
· Alonzo Extralight
· Alonzo Extralight Italic
· Alonzo Light
· Alonzo Light Italic
· Alonzo Regular
· Alonzo Regular Italic
· Alonzo Medium
· Alonzo Medium Italic
· Alonzo Bold
· Alonzo Bold Italic
· Alonzo Extrabold
· Alonzo Extrabold Italic

Tags: art, branding, condensed, contrast, elegant, european, fashion, glamour, headline, high contrast, italy, magazine, poster, pro, sans serif, statement, trend, true italics

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