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Aguzzo (“pointed” in Italian) is ­a typeface that combines geometry with ­tran­sitional traits. Aguzzo acts as a ­contempo­rary nod to Alessandro Butti and Aldo ­Novarese’s Augustea (Fonderia ­Nebiolo) from 1951 – an engravers-style typeface based on the Roman capitals, notable for its triangular ­punctuation (a feature which is highlighted as an alternate character set in Aguzzo). The ­Roman style's sharp expression is ­mirrored in the steep 16° inclination of the Italic, while the introduction of a variety of ­broad-nib flourishes adds contrast between the styles. The typefaces occasionally unusual ­letterforms yet high degree of legibility ­makes Aguzzo suited for use in a multitude of sizes and contexts.

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