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Quieta Display

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Hey, Torquemada.

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The first known typefaces designed in Italy were the ones used in the 1465 print of “De Oratore” by Cicerone, commissioned by spanish cardinal Torquemada.

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Il merito di avere introdotta la stampa in Italia viene correntemente attribuito al cardinale spagnolo Giovanni Torquemada (anche chiamato Turrecremata), il quale invitò i tedeschi Conrad Sweynheym e Arnold Pannartz a recarsi a Subiaco. Ciò dovette avvenire intorno al 1463, e già due anni dopo fu stampato un De Oratore di Cicerone, seguito dal Lactantius del 29 ottobre di quell'anno. I caratteri nuovissimi, di bel disegno fra il gotico e il romano, di un tipo non assomigliante a nessun altro fino allora fuso in Germania, dovettero essere copiati da un qualche manoscritto. Dopo circa due anni, il 12 giugno 1467, gli stessi tipografi pubblicarono il De Civitate Dei di S. Agostino, in-folio piccolo, su due colonne, libro perfetto in ogni sua parte e di rara bellezza. Poi i due soci si trasferirono a Roma, dove probabilmente già si era stabilito Ulrich Han, che il 31 dicembre 1467 pubblica le Meditationes del cardinale Torquemada, ornate di rozze xilografie, le prime apparse in Italia. I bei caratteri adoperati a Subiaco non furono impiegati a Roma: la moda era per il carattere umanistico, largamente usato in gran numero di manoscritti esemplati specialmente per la corte Aragonese a Napoli; così i nuovi tipi furono perfettamente tondi e il primo saggio apparso le Epistolae di Cicerone, nel novembre 1467. Dal 1468 al 1473, Sweynheym e Pannartz pubblicarono una serie di quarantotto classici latini, tutti di formato in-folio, tirati quasi sempre in numero di 275 esemplari. Col 1473 i due soci si lasciarono; Pannartz continuò a stampare nella casa dei Massimo, e Sweynheym intraprese a incidere su metallo le 27 carte della Cosmographia di Tolomeo, lavoro interrotto per sua morte avvenuta nel 1476. Il Tolomeo fu terminato poi da Arnold Bucking e vide la luce il 10 ottobre 1478. (Fonte: Enciclopedia Treccani)

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2019
about: Quieta is a humanist serif typeface, inspired by the aestethics of italian Renaissance and by the empowering history of the painter Artemisa Gentileschi, first woman to be admitted to an Academy of Fine Arts in Italy. The designer, Maria Chiara Fantini, has used sharp   CONTINUE...
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ABOUT

Quieta is a humanist serif typeface, inspired by the aestethics of italian Renaissance and by the empowering history of the painter Artemisa Gentileschi, first woman to be admitted to an Academy of Fine Arts in Italy. The designer, Maria Chiara Fantini, has used sharp flat-nib calligraphic strokes to add a vibrant contemporary vibe to the traditional humanist proportions.

Classical details (such as the beak of the “e” and the angled stress of the “o”), are balanced by a modern and readable low-contrast design, developed in a range of six weights with a matching set of true italics. A Display weight, with lighter shapes and stronger contrast has been developed excel in logos, headlines and captions.

The wide array of alternate, decorative and swash glyphs and the full coverage of over 200 extended latin languages make Quieta a solid, highly readable and elegant typeface perfect for body text both on the screen and on the printed page. Graceful and powerful at the same time, this typeface family is ready to help you when in need of the timeless appeal of a self-conscious feminine elegance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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