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Halfway between nineteenth century display wood letters and the American Grotesk sans-serifs of the early twentieth, we can find Ultramarina.
A display font for use in large body headlines, which show its power of attraction to quality food, countryside’s legumes, and gentlemen with a mustache and apron.
Ultramarina is a extremely versatile font, and contains lots of characters and OpenType features to fix any design problem.
Of course, we have fresh standard & discretional ligatures.
Swashes and small caps.
Lots of Dingbats for the designer’s joy.
Old style and lining figures, plus numerators, denominator and fractions.
And some case sensitive characters.
Lavapiés is a central neighbourhood of the city of Madrid, centered on the Plaza de Lavapiés. It was the Jewish quarter of the city until the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492, the church of San Lorenzo being built on the former site of the synagogue. The name literally means “wash feet”, and may refer to the ritual washing of one’s feet before entering the temple, possibly in the fountain in Plaza de Lavapiés which no longer exists.