Amalta is based on the designer’s own calligraphic studies using a flat brush. Overlapping strokes and terminals are characteristic for Amalta. It features powerful black shapes and vivid counterparts.
There are alternative characters with swashes in Amalta which can be applied with the help of OpenType or manually. Swash alternates in both Cyrillic and Latin have their historical prototypes in Medieval scripts.
Standard ligatures, swashes, one stylistic set, proportional oldstyle figures
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