What is the Ingram BT font?
Ingram BT might be described as Deco, or Arts & Crafts, in style. Created by Alex Marshall, it is a very condensed design with high-waisted uppercase glyphs that feature dots rather than straight lines for the middle hairlines.
There are two sets of alternate glyphs accessible via stylistic and contextual OpenType features. The contextual alternates offer the most interesting glyph substitutions. There are also oldstyle and tabular figures, superiors and inferiors, as well as unlimited fractions. More…
Ingram is a very handsome, casual typeface, with a slightly rough finish. The compact lowercase remains very readable at text sizes and it is a pleasure to turn on the earth tone colors and typeset left and right justified paragraphs!
The extended character set supports Baltic and Central European languages.
Ingram BT Font families
The Ingram BT includes the following font families:
Ingram BT Preview
Here is a preview of how Ingram BT will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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