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LeOsler



this font is free for personal or non-profit use



LeOsler is a decorative, fun, handwritten font which will bring a personal look to your work.
This font includes the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets, and can be used in a wide range of languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Polish, Czech, Vietnamese, Russian, Greek, among many others.

Its OpenType features include ligatures for all repeated characters in upper & lowercase, contextual alternates for all supported alphabets, 4 ampersand alternates, scientific superior/inferior figures, fractions, etc.

LeOsler also offers a set of icons that will provide a much more personal look to your work! Available in Regular and Light weights, and Rough and Stamp styles, for a perfect match with the font styles.

In its first launch at MyFonts, LeOsler was featured among the HotNewFonts from the 28th of May, to the 2nd of July.


Designer: Julia Martínez Diana
Design Date: January 2015 - July 2015
Release Date: May 13, 2015
Publisher: Antipixel
Imagery design: Julia Martínez Diana

MyFonts' Hot New Fonts #34 / 28 May - 2nd July 2015

Merit Award Hiii Typography 2015.


Featured by:
Linotype New Font Releases In August 2015
Slanted Typo Weblog und Magazin (Germany)
étapes Design Graphique & Culture Visuelle (France)
IdN International Designers' Network (Hong Kong)
FontMatters review: "LeOsler font or how to experience pure fun"
Betype Fonts of the Month: May 2015
DesignCuts The Lovingly Handcrafted Design Bundle
FontBundles.net The Pink Fonts Bundle
The Hungry JPEG The Tasty June Font Bundle

This font is free for personal use only. For commercial use, please contact me or purchase the license you require at one of these links. To learn more about the type of license and ammount of users needed, contact me via e-mail.













font in use



Disclaimer:
These images where not designed or owned by Antipixel, but by third parties, unless otherwise stated. The purpose of these pieces is only for showing the font in use, working in real products or identities.

LeOsler was used by:
Grido Helados, Ignacio Brito, Lisa Glanz, Emilia Martinez Diana, Ana Paula Campos, Khaos, ArcoIris, Affenzahn, Odernichtoderdoch among others.
































































font process




The font was first sketched with markers of different widths, to create the weight contrast. After that, it was scanned and drawn roughly in the first vector version. Then it was finally vectorized in the font software with all the details, and Open-Type programming.


LeOsler was designed from January to July 2015, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.