What is the Latinate font?
LATINATE is a condensed Latin typeface whose sharp serifs are not as fiercely pointed as traditional Latins. The fonts are derived from the serial numbers of bus tickets issued by the Bell Punch Company in the mid twentieth century, and the LATINATE ROUGH font is a distressed version based on scans of coarsely printed tickets.
Latinate Font families
The Latinate includes the following font families:
- Latinate Rough
Here is a preview of how Latinate will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.