What is the Darling Emily NF font?
The typeface Weiner Grotesk, designed by Rudolf Geyer for the H. Berthold AG foundry of Berlin in 1912, provides the pattern for this classic Jugendstil font.
The design is very versatile: used as all caps, you can create elegant, compact headlines; and, as upper and lower, you can create subheads with decidedly dramatic contrast. Either way, this one is a “Weiner”.
All versions of this font include the Unicode 1250 Central European character set in addition to the standard Unicode 1252 Latin set.
Darling Emily NF Font families
The Darling Emily NF font includes the following font families:
Darling Emily NF Preview
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