Asoma aims to revive the sense of wonder and mystery of 1970s monoweight typefaces such as ITC Busorama, ITC Serif Gothic, and Marvin. Loosely inspired by its predecessors, Asoma contains many new forms as well as plenty of ligatures and alternates for locked up layouts. Additionally, Asoma includes a full upper and lowercase character set, lining figures, math characters, punctuation, 5 distinct weights and support for Western European, Central European, South Eastern European and South American scripts.
Short for asomatic, Asoma speaks with a voice that is somewhat otherworldly, a step away from the physical realm and existing in a more transcendental space. This makes Asoma a great option for horror film titles. For some reason, it also works surprisingly well on packaging for black beans. At heavier weights, Asoma communicates a nostalgic feeling, emulating the design of the 1970s. Asoma thin offers a more subdued feel, perfect for the contemporary design space.
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