Amita is the Indian Feminine form of Amit. Amita is a Latin and Devanagari typeface derived from Redressed and Modular Infotech Devanagari 2310 and 1228. The Latin is a script type designed by Brian Bonislawsky which blends script and italic letterforms together in an upright non-connecting style. Open spacing and stylish letterforms lend themselves to titling, but also to clean legibility at smaller sizes as body copy. The Devanagari is a traditionally calligraphic style. The combination was designed by Eduardo Tunni.
This project is led by Eduardo Tunni, a type designer based in Buenos Aires. To contribute, see github.com/etunni/Amita
Amita font contains 556 defined characters and 383 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (96), Latin Extended-A (125), Latin Extended-B (10), Spacing Modifier Letters (8), Combining Diacritical Marks (3), Greek and Coptic (2), Devanagari (122), Latin Extended Additional (8), General Punctuation (29), Superscripts and Subscripts (7), Currency Symbols (2), Letterlike Symbols (1), Mathematical Operators (12), Geometric Shapes (2), Alphabetic Presentation Forms (3).
- Font Name:Amita
- Version:Version 1.003
- Trademark:Amita is a trademark of Eduardo Rodriguez Tunni
- Manufacturer:Eduardo Rodriguez Tunni, Modular Infotech, Brian J. Bonislawsky
- Designer:Eduardo Rodriguez Tunni, Modular Infotech, Brian J. Bonislawsky
- Vendor URL:http://www.tipo.net.ar
- Designer URL:http://www.tipo.net.ar
- License:This Font Software is licensed under the SIL Open Font License Version 1.1. This license is available with a FAQ at http://scripts.sil.org/OFL
- License URL:http://scripts.sil.org/OFL
- Description:Amita is the Indian Feminine form of Amit
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