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Selektor™


Selektor Font Family

Designer:
Dušan Jelesijević, 2013


Weights & Styles:
Light
Light Italic
Regular
Regular Italic
Bold
Bold Italic


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, Portuguese, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish


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Selektor In Use
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Selektor is a small font family characterized as geometrical sans. Inspired and after that designed with charm of technical letters, it contains a few letters with specific endings that gives Selektor a peculiar impression. Global overview of Selektor says it’s a neutral, corporate, stable, well balanced font family, but not cold and heartless to leave readers without remembrance on its characteristics.

It is fully applicable in all kinds of publications, from long texts in paragraphs to titles and product names.

Comes with 3 weights – Light, Regular and Bold and matching Italics.
All family members include Small Caps and Fractions as additional OpenType features.

▪ Light

Selektor_abc

▪ Light Italic

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▪ Regular

Selektor_abc3

▪ Regular Italic

Selektor_abc4

▪ Bold

Selektor_abc5

▪ Bold Italic

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▪ Characteristic Letters

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▪ Small Caps

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▪ Numerators & Denominators

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SELEKTOR

Long after they left Crag stood at the small window, looking out over the desert. Somewhere out there was the Aztec, a silver arrow crouched in its cradle, its nose pointed toward the stars. He drew the picture in his mind. She stood on her tail fins; a six-story-tall needle braced by metal catwalks and guard rails; a cousin twice-removed to the great nuclear weapons which guarded Fortress America. He had seen her at night, under the batteries of floor lights, agleam with a milky radiance; a virgin looking skyward, which, in fact, she was. Midway along her length her diameter tapered abruptly, tapered again beyond the three-quarters point. Her nose looked slender compared with her body, yet it contained a space cabin with all the panoply needed to sustain life beyond the atmosphere.

Font size: 14px

Instead of a dungeon or a cage of iron, every prisoner occupied a room of fair size, its greatest defect being that it was rather poorly lighted by a narrow window, secured by bars, some of them projecting inwards. It was sufficiently furnished; and there was nothing to hinder the prisoner from getting in more furniture from outside. Moreover, he could procure whatever clothing and linen he desired, and if he had no means to pay for them, money was supplied. Latude complained of rheumatism, and furs were at once given him. He wanted a dressing-gown of “red-striped calamanco”; the shops were ransacked to gratify him.

Font size: 24px
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