Latin Italic 02: “Regular (Upright) and Italic”

It was mentioned in the previous article that information is differentiated by combining regular and the application of italic.

Due to such application, both regular and italic are usually included in one family of Latin typeface for text. At the time of typesetting, applications, such as Microsoft Word and Adobe software, etc., enable switching between regular and italic within the same font family by using a shortcut or button.

Mixed typesetting of two styles is assumed in the regular and italic design within the same family, so the family is designed with harmony in mind, including blackness, size, etc.



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