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Kamenica™


Kamenica Font Family

Designer:
Dušan Jelesijević, 2013


Weights & Styles:
Light
Regular
Bold


Supported codepages:
1252 Latin 1
1250 Latin 2: Eastern Europe
1254 Turkish
1257 Windows Baltic
Mac Character Set


Supported languages:
Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malagasy, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian,
Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish,
Turkish


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Kamenica In Use
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Font “Kamenica”, named after an beautiful small mountian river in Serbia, is font family that contains 3 weights – Light, Regular and Bold.

By it’s characteristic, river Kamenica is wide only a few meters. Mostly shallow and cold, clear and green, it was an direct inspiration for creating this condensed typeface. As with other our typefaces, this one also combines traditional shapes with modern forms, tall x-height and collection of more then 300 glyphs.

Comparing river and font, we can say that letters are fishes that live in Kamenica river and font weights are seasons when this river shows most of it’s own character.

▪ Light

▪ Regular

▪ Bold

▪ Characteristic letters

KAMENICA

Terry reeled back a few feet of the tape which contained the whacking sounds. He re-played them, listening critically as before. Tony had returned to the deck. The whackings, as heard underwater, were not merely impacts. There was a resonance to them. Almost a hum. Rather grimly, Terry substituted this tape-reel with the recording he’d made the night before. He started the instrument and found the exact spot where the object from the depths had fallen back into the sea. He stopped the recorder right there. He hauled up the submarine ear and plugged in the horn to the audio-amplifier, as yet untested, which should multiply the volume of sound from the tape. Then he put the horn overside.

Font size: 16px

He switched on the recorder again. The tape-reel began to spin. The sound went out underwater from the horn. Underwater it was much louder than when it had been received by the Esperance’s microphone. Here it was confined by the surface above and the harbor-bottom beneath. It must have been the equivalent of a loud shout in a closed room—only worse. The fish in the harbor of Barca went mad. All the harbor-surface turned to spray. Creatures of all sizes leaped crazily above the surface, their fins flapping, only to leap again, more frantically still, when they fell back. A totally unsuspected school of very small flying fish flashed upward in such frenzied haste that some tried to climb too steeply and fell back and instantly flung themselves into the air again.

Font size: 26px
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