My Garden. Typography by Petra Blahova
“One morning I walked from work and I was inpired by the flowers everywhere so I decided to create a typeface out off them. You can create typography from anything”.
What is a font?
A font is the combination of typeface and other qualities, such as size, pitch, and spacing.
there are several characteristics which may distinguish fonts, though they would also depend on the script(s) that the typeface supports. In European alphabetic scripts, i.e. Latin, Cyrillic and Greek, the main such properties are the stroke width, called weight, the style or angle and the character width.
The regular or standard font is sometimes labeled roman, both to distinguish it from bold or thin and from italic or oblique. The keyword for the default, regular case is often omitted for variants and never repeated, otherwise it would be Bulmer regular italic, Bulmer bold regular and even Bulmer regular regular. Roman can also refer to the language coverage of a font, acting as a shorthand for “Western European.”
Different fonts of the same typeface may be used in the same work for various degrees of readability and emphasis.