What is the Operapolitan font?
Operapolitan is inspired by a hand-lettered list of board members to a major metropolitan opera company in the 1920s. The font features special ligatures and a complete alternative glyph set meant for use with OpenType contextual alternates to help create the feel of real hand lettering, along with a complete international character set and built-in small capitals. Elegant but not stuffy, the font has rough edges to capture a vintage, slightly-used vibe.
Operapolitan Font families
The Operapolitan includes the following font families:
Here is a preview of how Operapolitan will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.