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Please share what you have from TypeCulture foundry.

http://www.typeculture.com/foundry/

Note some of their fonts (namely Latienne and Kinesis) are already available from other foundries; I'm mostly interested in their exclusive designs like Expo Serif, Expo Sans and Tacitus, as well as the more 'swashy' version of Jamille, which is different from the ITC/EF/LT versions.

 

Thanks for checking!

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Expo Serif Pro full set (original), but especially the Light Italic style.

 

I am also interested in the full set of Expo Sans Pro (original), but primary in Expo Serif.

 

If you have a good laser printer, print the specimen (http://www.typeculture.com/foundry/font_collection/pdfs/FNT09_proof.pdf) on a good paper. Expo is one of the most legible typefaces, that exist as font software. And it is extremely friendly in the same time. It is not only wonderful for books, but also for letters for example, because of its friendliness. And that makes it to something very special, because in books it looks like a book typeface and in letters like a letter typeface. There are not many serif fonts with this versatility. The impression changes in bigger sizes. In bigger sizes (let’s say above 16 points) it is less serious in my opinion, because then the focus goes too much to the details, especially in case of the bolder styles of the upright sans version, if the text is set in capitals only. So it is in my opinion much more a body text face than a display face.

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